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Trump says to renegotiate NAFTA, no exit for now

Washington - President Donald Trump stopped short Wednesday of pulling out of NAFTA despite earlier threats to exit the trade deal, saying he will renegotiate the agreement with Canada and Mexico.

Rajoy pushes for EU-Mercosur deal by end of year

S - Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy called Tuesday for the European Union to sign a free trade deal by the end of the year with South American bloc Mercosur.

German finance minister calls on US to stay engaged in global economy

Washington - German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble issued a plea to the United States to remain engaged in the global economy and not to try to score gains at the expense of other countries.

Pence says new US-Japan talks could lead to trade deal

Toukyo - The US and Japan on Tuesday launched economic talks that Vice President Mike Pence said could result in a bilateral trade deal, salvaging some of the progress made in negotiations towards the now-abandoned TPP.

Trump says he had good 'chemistry', 'bonding' with China's Xi

Washington - US President Donald Trump said Wednesday he had forged good "chemistry" with China's Xi Jinping during their summit in Florida, adding that he believes Beijing is willing to work with Washington on North Korea.

Chile, China start talks to expand trade deal

Santiago - Chile and China launched negotiations Monday to expand trade ties in the face of protectionist threats from US President Donald Trump.

Trump jokes he's 'gotten nothing' from Xi so far

Palm Beach - President Donald Trump predicted a "very great" relationship with China's Xi Jinping as the pair met for the first time at his Florida resort of Mar-a-Lago, when cordiality replaced tough anti-China rhetoric.

Trump, Xi look to navigate minefield in first summit

Palm Beach - Donald Trump hosts Chinese President Xi Jinping at his sun-kissed Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida on Thursday, a high-stakes first summit replete with pitfalls for both leaders.

Brazil doesn't do wars — but weapons sales yes

Rio De Janeiro - Brazil is on the sidelines of today's wars, but at a Rio defense fair this week the South American gentle giant eagerly sought to sell weapons to anyone else who may need to fight.

How America is making China great again Special

New York - Only connect! the English writer E.M. Foster famously said. That’s exactly the message being promoted – if less succinctly — by best-selling author, academic and CNN contributor Parag Khanna.

Trump, Xi hold first summit with N. Korea at the fore

Washington - Donald Trump and Xi Jinping meet face-to-face for the first time Thursday, opening a new chapter in the world's most consequential relationship amid growing crises over North Korea and trade.

Trump, Xi hold first summit with N. Korea at the fore

Washington - Donald Trump and Xi Jinping meet face-to-face for the first time Thursday, opening a new chapter in the world's most consequential relationship amid growing crises over North Korea and trade.

Trump, Xi hold first summit with N. Korea at the fore

Washington - Donald Trump and Xi Jinping meet face-to-face for the first time Thursday, opening a new chapter in the world's most consequential relationship amid growing crises over North Korea and trade.

Mar-a-Lago hosts foreign leaders in Jazz Age opulence

Washington - Mar-a-Lago, the sumptuous setting of Donald Trump's summit with China's Xi Jingping this week, isn't the first presidential hideaway to host foreign leaders. But it may be the most opulent.

Mar-a-Lago hosts foreign leaders in Jazz Age opulence

Washington - Mar-a-Lago, the sumptuous setting of Donald Trump's summit with China's Xi Jingping this week, isn't the first presidential hideaway to host foreign leaders. But it may be the most opulent.

Mar-a-Lago hosts foreign leaders in Jazz Age opulence

Washington - Mar-a-Lago, the sumptuous setting of Donald Trump's summit with China's Xi Jingping this week, isn't the first presidential hideaway to host foreign leaders. But it may be the most opulent.

JPMorgan chief sees higher risk of EU breakup

New York - The odds of a breakup of the European Union have increased after Brexit, an outcome that could have "devastating" economic and political effects, JPMorgan Chase's chief executive said Tuesday.

Britain's May in Saudi Arabia seeking deals

Riyadh - British Prime Minister Theresa May held talks with Saudi officials on Tuesday, hoping to tap the oil-rich kingdom's "immense potential" as she looks to secure post-Brexit investment and trade.

Britain's May begins Mideast trip focused on security, trade

Amman - British Prime Minister Theresa May met Jordan's King Abdullah II Monday at the start of a three-day trip to the kingdom and Saudi Arabia focused on security and post-Brexit trade efforts.

Britain's May begins Mideast trip focused on security, trade

Amman - British Prime Minister Theresa May met Jordan's King Abdullah II Monday at the start of a three-day trip to the kingdom and Saudi Arabia focused on security and post-Brexit trade efforts.

Britain's May begins Mideast trip focused on security, trade

Amman - British Prime Minister Theresa May landed in Amman on Monday for a three-day trip to Jordan and Saudi Arabia focused on security and post-Brexit trade efforts.

Britain's May begins Mideast trip focused on security, trade

Amman - British Prime Minister Theresa May landed in Amman on Monday for a three-day trip to Jordan and Saudi Arabia focused on security and post-Brexit trade efforts.

Trump to up pressure on global trade 'cheats'

Washington - President Donald Trump will on Friday launch an investigation to root out unfair trade practices around the world, threatening to target countries that contribute to America's substantial trade deficit.

Vespa wars: Italy fears sting of Trump trade barriers

Rome - Italy on Friday voiced alarm over Donald Trump's plans to target imports responsible for the US trade deficit, amid fears products like Vespa scooters could be hit by punitive duties.

Trump predicts 'very difficult' China summit

Washington - US President Donald Trump predicted an upcoming meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping would be "very difficult" Thursday, laying out an adversarial tone ahead of a high-profile summit.

Mexican president says seeking 'new relationship' with US

San Jos - Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said on Wednesday he is working on "a new relationship" with the US and thanked Latin American neighbors for support as Mexico faces "big challenges" with its vital trading partner.

Hope for elephants as ivory prices fall

Nairobi - The price of ivory has fallen by nearly two-thirds in the last three years, according to research conducted in China and published Wednesday by the conservation group Save the Elephants.

Cambodia bans human breast milk exports to US

Phnom Penh - Cambodia officially banned selling and exporting locally-pumped human breast milk on Tuesday, after reports exposed how women were turning to the controversial trade to boost meagre incomes in one of Southeast Asia's poorest countries.

Cambodia bans human breast milk exports to US

Phnom Penh - Cambodia officially banned selling and exporting locally-pumped human breast milk on Tuesday, after reports exposed how women were turning to the controversial trade to boost meagre incomes in one of Southeast Asia's poorest countries.

Cambodia bans human breast milk exports to US

Phnom Penh - Cambodia officially banned selling and exporting locally-pumped human breast milk on Tuesday, after reports exposed how women were turning to the controversial trade to boost meagre incomes in one of Southeast Asia's poorest countries.
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