American and Indian officials are working toward new partnerships in defense technology, advanced telecom and semiconductors.
Author: Ana Swanson
Russia Sidesteps Western Punishments, With Help From Friends
A surge in trade by Russia’s neighbors and allies hints at one reason its economy remains so resilient after sweeping sanctions.
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A new agreement is expected to expand the reach of U.S. technology restrictions on China issued last year.
Climate Change May Bring New Era of Trade Wars, as E.U. and U.S. Spar
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US Cracks Down on Chinese Companies for Security Concerns
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US Proposes Global Green Steel Club That Would Put Tariffs on China
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Global Car Supply Chains Entangled With Abuses in Xinjiang, Report Says
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Foreign Trade Competition Has Hurt Black and Disadvantaged Workers Most, Report Says
A government trade agency report suggested that the impact of trade policy differed for workers depending on their race and socioeconomic status.
The U.S. Touts Big Investments for Mexico, Testing Its Nationalist Policies
U.S. officials are looking south for a strategic partner to create a regional manufacturing hub that can rival China. But there are still doubts over Mexico’s willingness to cater to foreign industry.