President Obama remarks on the importance of maintaining a united European Union at the Hannover Messe Trade Show in Germany.
President Obama remarks on the threat of terrorism, wage stagnation and inequality at the Hannover Messe Trade Show in Germany.
President Obama remarks at the Hannover Messe trade fair on industrial trade
While Uncle Sam was dozing on its unique superpower laurels, Japan was busy producing what America wanted to buy.
President Barack Obama warned that it could take a decade for the U.K. to negotiate a new trade agreement with the U.S. if it leaves the EU.
Thousands of demonstrators have turned out in the German city of Hannover to protest a planned U.S.-Europe free trade agreement.
Overall I think we are near the bottom, says Doug Oberhelman, Caterpillar CEO, discussing the company's quarterly result and sharing the outlook for the company.
Chinese exporters have found a silver lining in weak global demand by seizing market share from their competitors.
Cobra Beer’s founder and entrepreneur, Lord Bilimoria explains why he is against leaving the EU and says Indians think Brexit is dangerous to trade.
Japan's exports fell 6.8 percent on-year in March, down for the sixth straight month, Ministry of Finance data showed.
Graeme Milne, chairman at Synlait Milk and a member of the 40-member delegation, says New Zealand is committed to improving trade ties and renewing relationships in China.
Without a thorough revision of trade rules, the U.S. will be left holding the bag with a rapidly increasing external debt.
Daryl Liew, head of portfolio management at REYL Singapore, explains why he's gone from a slightly overweight to underweight position in equities.
A focus of New Zealand PM John Key's FTA discussions in China will be NZ dairy exports, says BusinessNZ's executive director, Catherine Beard.
Singapore's exports tumbled in March as sales to China, the U.S. and Europe contracted in a sign the trade-dependent economy remains vulnerable.
China's finance chief lambasted GOP frontrunner Donald Trump as "irrational," The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.
It remains to be seen whether Washington will act as a provider of security-related goods, economic-related benefits or a combination of both, says Evan Feigenbaum of The Paulson Institute.
The U.S. will gain from a big Asia trade deal, despite the rhetoric from presidential candidates, a top exec at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce says.
Beijing must open up its markets to foreign businesses and technologies as well as improve transparency on regulations, warns James Zimmerman, chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in China.
Anti-trade rhetoric from candidates is "complicating things," says the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's senior VP for Asia, Tami Overby.