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Football fans will have to wait until Sunday's World Cup final to see whether France or Croatia wins, but the battle among sports fitters has already been decided. Adidas bet on Germany, Spain and Argentina to carry its brand through, but they've since been sent home. Nike, who's sponsoring both teams in the final, has gotten the better of its long-time rival.
China's retaliatory tariffs are set to impact a slew of U.S. agricultural products and industries, including soybeans. The U.S. exports $14 billion worth of soybeans to China annually. But China says the trade war doesn’t amount to a hill of beans for them.
Trade is high on the agenda as President Donald Trump meets Prime Minister Theresa May in London. But the circumstances are less than auspicious. Getting the best for the UK in terms of UK-EU trade, may prove difficult alongside UK-US bilateral negotiations, at a time where transatlantic trade relations ahve taken a hit.