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  1. 2020 World Economic Forum in Davos

    India in talks with EU for trade deal, open to pact with UK

    India has started trade talks with the European Union (EU) and is open to dialogue with the United Kingdom for a free trade agreement, the trade ...
  2. A combination file photo shows Wells Fargo, Citigbank, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of Amer

    Trading, underwriting soften profit plunge for some US banks

    Trading and underwriting revenue could provide some comfort for big Wall Street banks that begin reporting results next week, although ...
  3. World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva

    Commentary: To save international trade and itself, the WTO needs a reboot

    In a world economy already imperilled by COVID-19, members’ political will, determination, and flexibility is needed to revive it, says Ngozi ...
  4. Chinese and U.S. flags flutter in Shanghai

    Trump threat to 'decouple' US and China hits trade, investment reality

    Conflicting talk from Trump administration officials about "decoupling" the U.S. economy from China is running into challenging reality: Chinese ...
  5. Traders are waiting for the Tuesday release of China's official manufacturing PMI data

    Commentary: We can’t just quit trading with China

    Amid brewing Sino-US tensions, economic distancing from China would carry heavy costs, says ANU’s Shiro Armstrong.
  6. The United States currently runs a trade deficit with China, whose port at Lianyungang in the

    Commentary: Hard truths about trade exposed by COVID-19

    The advantages of global free trade can be preserved while its deficiencies are corrected, say Peter Gourevitch and Deborah Seligsohn.
  7. The long-running trade war between China and the US has seen them swap tariffs on goods worth

    Commentary: US-China trade, once the thorn in bilateral ties, could now be the solution

    It’s crucial to watch US-China trade numbers now, more than ever, as they could thaw the impasse in bilateral relations, says Wellian Wiranto.