President Donald Trump met US auto industry captains on Tuesday. Many expected they would be shocked after he scrapped the TPP - they have fared well from free trade. But times, they are a changing ...
Trade ministers from Pacific Rim countries have said they want to revive the TPP trade pact, as the US reiterated that it will aim for bilateral deals. The plan is seen as a counterweight to Chinese power in the region.
The US and Japan have started talks on boosting their economic ties with US Vice President Mike Pence meeting Japanese officials in Tokyo. The initiative could lead to a free trade deal between the two nations, he said.
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.
With Donald Trump in office for about a month now, German companies try to look at the bright side. An interview with Daniel Andrich, Representative of German Industry and Trade in Washington.
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