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Trump does about-face – Now working to save ZTE after crushing it

Washington - President Donald Trump announced to the world today, via a Tweet, that he has decided to work with President Xi of China in getting Chinese telecommunications company, ZTE "back into business, fast." So, what's up?

Commerce Department gives Trump ammunition for trade war

The U.S. Commerce Department recommended on Friday that President Trump impose steep curbs on steel and aluminum imports from China and other countries ranging from global and country-specific tariffs to broad import quotas.

Latest U.S. trade complaint takes aim at Canadian welded pipes

The U.S. is investigating whether manufacturers in Canada, China, Greece, India, Korea and Turkey are dumping large-diameter welded pipe into U.S. markets or are being unfairly subsidized by their governments, the Commerce Department said on Tuesday.

Op-Ed: Digital Economy Board resigns leaving Trump high-and-dry

Washington - The Commerce Department's Digital Economy Board of Advisors resigned their positions on Friday, making this the third executive-branch advisory council of business and civic leaders to abandon the sinking ship-of-state.

Longshore Union strike may cripple shaky U.S. recovery

Los Angeles - The International Longshore and Warehouse Association Union (ILWU) is set to mimic a Canadian truck drivers strike that brought operations in Canada’s biggest port to its knees for 28 days in March.

Obama planning 'identity ecosystems' for American internet users

As cybersecurity concerns among the federal government have become more elevated, President Obama is now exploring internet IDs for American users.
 

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