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  • President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold their first face-to-face meeting in Washington on Monday, seeking to boost U.S.-Indian relations despite differences over trade, the Paris climate accord and immigration. Their White House session promises less pomp than Modi's previous visits to Washington, which included former...

  • Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi lands in Washington on Monday where he will hold his first meeting with President Donald Trump.

    The U.S. and India are likely to aim for easy wins at a meeting between the countries' leaders this week, analysts said Monday.

  • A rickshaw puller transports his rickshaw past a Kolkata Municipal Corporation building in the New Market area of Kolkata, India.

    India’s Modi met Sunday with corporate America's top leaders, in a CEO roundtable that contrasted sharply with one Trump recently held.

  • President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold their first face-to-face meeting in Washington on Monday, seeking to boost U.S.-Indian relations despite differences over trade, the Paris climate accord and immigration. Their White House session promises less pomp than Modi's previous visits to Washington, which included former...

  • NEW YORK/ CHICAGO, June 23- Brazilian restaurants in the United States have no beef with the U.S. government's ban on meat from Brazil because the steaks they serve are all-American. Brazil is the world's largest meat exporter but business has been marred by scandal and safety concerns and on Thursday the United States barred imports from there.

  • CHICAGO, June 23- The U.S. Department of Agriculture has found repeated import violations in raw Brazilian beef, including abscesses and unidentified foreign material, a top agency official said, explaining reasons for a U.S. ban on imports of fresh Brazilian beef. Violations at a number of Brazilian meat plants indicate a system-wide problem in the sector,...

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    China let through the first shipments of beef from the U.S. in 14 years on Friday, after the two nations agreed to resume the trade in May.

  • SAO PAULO, June 23- Brazil's agriculture minister prepared to travel to the United States on Friday to fight a ban on imports of fresh Brazilian beef, which hit shares of local meatpackers and revived concerns about the image of the world's largest beef exporter. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's ban dealt a setback to Brazil's recently opened fresh beef...

  • SAO PAULO, June 23- Brazil's agriculture minister prepared to travel to the United States on Friday to fight a ban on imports of fresh Brazilian beef, which hit shares of local meatpackers and revived concerns about the image of the world's largest beef exporter. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's ban dealt a setback to Brazil's recently opened fresh beef...

  • SAO PAULO— Brazil's agriculture minister plans to travel to the United States to try to reverse the American ban of beef imports from Latin America's biggest country. The U.S. statement said suspension will remain in place until Brazil takes corrective action. Maggi said Brazil will fight for the U.S. market and that he plans to head a mission to the United States...

  • LONDON, June 23- The European Commission said on Friday that Brazil had agreed to step up safety checks on its meat exports, noting the U.S. decision to ban fresh beef from the South American country. An EU audit conducted in May identified "systematic failures" in Brazil, particularly in horse and poultry meat and meat preparations and products.

  • SAO PAULO, June 23- Brazil's Agriculture Minister Blairo Maggi prepared to travel to the United States on Friday to fight a ban on imports of fresh Brazilian beef, which hit shares of local meatpackers and revived concerns over the image of the world's largest exporter. But it was a setback for Brazil's recently opened fresh beef trade with the United States and...

  • RIO DE JANEIRO, June 23- Brazilian Agriculture Minister Blairo Maggi has pledged to travel to the United States and work to overturn a ban on imports of fresh Brazilian beef after a high percentage of shipments failed to pass U.S. safety checks. "We will fight for this market!" the minister said in a message posted to social networks late on Thursday.

  • BEIJING, June 23- China let through the first shipments of beef from the United States in 14 years on Friday, after the two nations agreed to resume the trade in May, state media reported. China officially allowed U.S. beef imports from Tuesday this week after the two sides settled the conditions for exports last week. Beef destined for China must also be from cattle...

  • UK won't be able to talk about trade with Eu until other stuff happens

    CNBC's Willem Marx updates from Brussels on the opening tone of divorce talks between the U.K. and the European Union.

  • Look at Merkel, not juncker on where Brexit negotiations go

    Alex Greer, research officer at Open Europe, discusses his broadly optimistic view on the initial Brexit negotiation talks.

  • The USDA had "recurring concerns about the safety of the products intended for the American market," after increasing tests on Brazilian beef in March, according to a statement. The USDA's action threatens the reputation of meat from Brazil, the world's top exporter of beef and poultry, even though the United States is not a top customer. "Product was already on the...

  • A war of words between Trump and Merkel has ignited fears that a trade war could be forthcoming, according to a new survey conducted by CNBC.

  • RIO DE JANEIRO— In a major blow to Brazil, the United States on Thursday announced the immediate suspension of all imports of beef products from Latin America's largest nation because of safety concerns. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue came three months after a major scandal into allegations of bribed meat inspectors shook Brazil's meat industry and...

  • The USDA had "recurring concerns about the safety of the products intended for the American market," after increasing tests on Brazilian beef in March, according to a statement. The USDA's action threatens the reputation of meat from Brazil, the world's top exporter of beef and poultry, even though the United States is not a top customer. "Product was already on the...