OTTAWA, April 27- Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged U.S. The White House said earlier that Trump told the leaders of Canada and Mexico on Wednesday that he would not terminate the NAFTA treaty at this stage, but would move quickly to begin renegotiating it with them. Any move to break up NAFTA would cause great economic damage to Canada, which sends 75...
BRASILIA, April 26- Brazil could decide to join the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development as soon as next month, officials told Reuters, as President Michel Temer seeks its seal of approval for reforms to Latin America's largest economy. If approved by the OECD Council, Brazil would become the biggest emerging market member of the group and the...
OTTAWA/ WINNIPEG, April 25- From cherries to wine and oil, Canada has a range of tools to retaliate against any Trump administration trade attacks but they are either too limited or too painful to invoke. Ottawa is keen to avoid a costly trade war with the United States as NAFTA renegotiations loom, given the U.S. economy is ten times larger than Canada's.
The Obama administration is expected to launch a complaint against Chinese aluminum subsidies with the World Trade Organization on Thursday, a person familiar with the matter said.
OPEC has persuaded 11 non-members to cut oil production, a move aimed at draining a worldwide oil glut.
E-commerce will help drive trade in a way the world hasn't seen, and no government will want to stop it, DHL Express CEO Ken Allen says.
Not much has been done to tackle growing protectionism or to improve trade liberalization efforts, says HSBC's Frederic Neumann.
It seems that the G-20 has become a yet another unnecessary, ineffective and very expensive, taxpayer-funded, talking shop.
G-20 leaders have a tough time pushing global trade in the face of income inequality and anti-trade sentiment, says NN Investment Partners' Ashish Goyal.
The world's leading economies will step up efforts to lift global economic growth and share the benefits more broadly.
The Brits cast their votes in favor of leaving the European Union, but they haven't left the politico-economic coalition yet.
China must act quickly to address mounting corporate debt before it became a systemic problem, a senior IMF official said on Saturday.
The IMF's steering committee on Saturday called on member countries to boost "growth-friendly" spending amid downside risks to growth.
Global economic growth will be "disappointing" next year, the head of the IMF said in a guest article for German newspaper Handelsblatt.
An IMF mission said that authorities look forward to broad participation of eurobond holders in Ukraine's recently launched debt exchange.
Recent changes to how China manages the yuan could bring the country "quite close to a float" in its exchange rate, a top IMF official said Friday.
A deal on extending Greece's bailout deal must be found by the end of February or the ECB will not be able to continue lending to its banks, ECB council member Erkki Liikanen said.
The International Monetary Fund's member countries on Saturday said bold action was needed to bolster the global recovery.
Global economic activity should accelerate in 2015, Christine Lagarde said on Sunday, adding that the IMF did not expect a sharp slowdown in China.
Russia's annexation of Crimea underlines the need for the United States and the European Union to deepen their economic ties via an ambitious trade deal.