American consumers prefer the light breast meat of the chicken, so American poultry producers send the dark meat to the South African market thanks to the new AGOA trade agreement.
South African poultry farmers are not pleased.
German exports are booming. They've gone up 14.1 percent compared to the same period last year. The label "Made in Germany" is profiting from the recovery in the world economy, especially in countries outside the European Union. It brings home the point very clearly, just how important open markets are for the German economy.
Automobiles, agriculture and non-tariff barriers remain the biggest stumbling blocks to a deal that will be worth an estimated one trillion euros in additional annual trade between Japan and the EU. Julian Ryall reports.
Donald Trump has long accused the rest of the world of unfair trading practices. And now he's designated German steel imports a potential threat to national security. An attempt to lower German exports to the US...
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