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North Sea crude will retain its attractiveness to South Korean buyers when the U.K. leaves the European Union following a deal between the two countries.

China’s imports tumbled in May and a surprise rise in exports wasn’t enough to dispel concerns that the economic dispute with the U.S. will intensify and damage the global economy.

Companies are dealing with the uncertainty surrounding trade by reviewing internal controls and procedures, forecasting prices using simulations and looking for new suppliers.

China’s rare earths shipments fell in May as prices surged on signs of possible export controls on the minerals amid the escalating trade war with the U.S.

Cargo volume is up again at the Port of Oakland in 2019, but for how long? That’s the question Maritime Director John Driscoll posed this week to 50 trade executives assembled here.

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In a Friday night tweet, President Donald Trump said the 5% tariffs, originally set to take effect today are "hereby indefinitely suspended."

Closely watched gauges of factory sentiment across Asia showed ongoing weakness, led by another swoon lower in the region’s export powerhouses of Japan and South Korea.

Though experts don't expect a rush on warehouse space, limited availability adds drama to a new slew of tariffs that could run into peak season decisions.

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One common criticism of President Donald Trump’s trade wars is the confusion on strategy. Just days ago he threatened Mexico with tariffs unless it blocked illegal border crossings while submitting legislation to Congress needed to ratify an updated Nafta guaranteeing free trade with Canada and Mexico.

A speedy post-hurricane return to normal requires competitors to become collaborators to effectively manage inventory and cold chains.

The National Retail Federation issued the following statement from Senior Vice President for Government Relations David French in response to the Trump administration’s plans to impose a 5 percent tariff on all Mexican imports starting June 10.

Beijing is committed to striking a trade deal with the U.S. but it’s ready to respond with more countermeasures, said Chinese envoy Cui Tiankai, as he called the blacklisting of Huawei an “unusual” act of state power against a company.

India will no longer be a beneficiary developing country of the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) program effective June 5th.

President Donald Trump said Thursday that China’s Huawei Technologies Co., which was put on a U.S. blacklist earlier this month, could be part of a trade pact with the country.

The Trump administration’s latest round of farm aid may fail in its aim to avoid influencing U.S. planting decisions.

Sound infrastructure will be necessary to handle the large volume of trucks on the roads — driverless or not.

Vermont's largest affordable housing community marked a special milestone Saturday with a neighborhood-wide celebration. The Northgate Apartments in Burlington's New North End is celebrating 30 years of housing affordability and resident ownership. "We're celebrating 30 years of ownership, resident ownership," said Linda Romeo, a longtime resident. Romeo has lived at Northgate for the past 48 years. She raised her family there and can remember a time…

President Donald Trump’s new $16 billion aid package for farmers raises the federal government’s bill for the trade-war but isn’t easing anyone’s concerns about damage to the U.S. economy.

As China and the U.S. form competing coalitions, other nations and businesses will be forced to choose.

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After months of predicting a trade deal between the world’s two largest economies, economists at some of the biggest financial institutions are growing increasingly pessimistic.

The U.S., which is embroiled in a tariff war with China while juggling negotiations with nations including Japan, Mexico and Canada, may not be prepared to start talks with the European Union on a proposed trade deal.

President Donald Trump is poised to delay a decision by up to six months to impose auto tariffs to avoid blowing up negotiations with the EU and Japan and further antagonize allies as he ramps up his trade war with China, according to people close to the discussions.

President Donald Trump’s escalation of the trade war with China without a concrete plan to aid farmers could worsen the rising stockpiles of U.S. crops such as soybeans and depress commodity prices even after the current dispute is resolved.

Top U.S. corporations from chipmakers to Google have frozen the supply of critical software and components to Huawei Technologies Co., complying with a Trump administration crackdown that threatens to choke off China’s largest technology company.

"If tariffs are set to 25%, the effect will be dramatic," said A.T. Kearney's Johan Gott.

The People’s Daily, the flagship newspaper of China’s Communist Party, said the U.S. should take full responsibility for trade-talk setbacks because it raised tariffs on China’s products, state television reported.

Theresa May is promising to reopen Brexit talks with the European Union to try to breathe life back into negotiations with the opposition Labour Party and take the U.K. out of the bloc by the summer.

When Vice President Mike Pence toured the damage in America’s heartland caused by historic flooding, he pledged to work with Republicans and Democrats to ensure farmers and ranchers in Iowa and Nebraska receive the federal funding they need to rebuild. He was right to do so.

President Donald Trump weighed in on the state of trade negotiations with China, saying the U.S. was “right where we want to be” -- namely, on the cusp of taking in massive tariffs from China, a view at odds with his top economic adviser, who conceded Sunday that U.S. companies and consumers would pay the tariff bill.