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U.S. risks isolation as other countries sign trade pacts

by Tracey Samuelson Jul 17, 2018
Tuesday in Tokyo, the European Union and Japan inked a fresh trade pact that will eliminate most of the tariffs between them. The EU has been a busy bee on the trade front. It recently agreed to a new deal…

Chinese tariffs spark fear among some U.S. farmers

by Scott Tong and Sabri Ben-Achour Apr 2, 2018
The market’s couldn’t ignore a brewing trade war forever. Stocks slid today on the news of countertariffs from China on items including American cherries, wine and pork. We’ll bring you the latest on markets, then we’ll talk to U.S. producers…
Brexit

Britain's farmers have second thoughts on Brexit

by Stephen Beard Aug 22, 2017
They face U.S. competition and the loss of EU subsidies.
A dairy farmer looks out of the milking parlor at Newlands Farm in Bozeat, England.
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Last Ditch Effort: The Panama Canal and Peak Trade

What happens when shipping lines build for growth that never comes

by David Brancaccio, Katie Long, and Justin Ho Jun 22, 2016
The shipping industry is seeing prices collapse as slowing global trade growth drags down demand.
A container ship exits the Panama Canal toward the Pacific Ocean, with the Balboa Yacht Club in the fore.
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