Preparing for ‘Brexit,’ Britons Face Economic Pinch at Home

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Spread the loveTweet Last year’s Brexit referendum was in part a rejection of the economic elite from millions of working people who have suffered declining wages while watching London transformed…


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Sugar Talks May Hint at Trump Approach to U.S.-Mexico Trade

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Spread the loveTweet “In Mexico everybody is looking at the sugar agreement because it’s a thermometer of how things are going to be managed,” said Juan Cortina Gallardo, the president…


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Chinese Maker of Ivanka Trump’s Shoes Looks for Cheaper Labor

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Spread the loveTweet Photo Shoes on a conveyor belt in Dongguan. Many Huajian workers have complained about excessive hours and are seeking higher pay. Credit Gilles Sabrié for The New…


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OPEC, Caught in Pincers of Price and Technology, Tries to Control the Oil Market

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Spread the loveTweet From short-term issues like increased oil production by the United States to longer trends like the rise of renewable energy, OPEC’s efforts to manipulate oil prices could…


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China Craves Foreign Goods. Students in Australia Supply Them.

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Spread the loveTweet The students, who call themselves daigou, or purchasing agents, are highly attuned to Chinese tastes and move quickly, sometimes creating spikes in demand in Australia and clearing…


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Trump Administration’s Push for Gas Exports Faces Market Glut

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White House Is Said to Draft Plan for U.S. Break From Nafta

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Spread the loveTweetPhoto Unfinished buildings at a site where Ford had planned a factory in Villa de Reyes, near San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Credit Pedro Pardo/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images…


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Trump Targets Steel Trade, but China Will Be Tough to Contain

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Spread the loveTweetChina denies that it sells excess steel to other markets below the cost of making it, a move called dumping. But China does concede that it has too…


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