Car production in Mexico jumped in March, driven by larger demand globally. Experts say Mexican vehicle exports to the US could reach a new high this year despite Donald Trump's threats to impose higher import tariffs.
Once the "Manhattan of the Midwest," Youngstown has been hit hard by the decline of the US steel industry. But hope is returning and some say it's because of their man in the White House. Lars Gesing reports from Ohio.
The United States will dramatically cut refugee acceptance in 2019, capping the number of people allowed into the country at 30,000. The decision has been heavily criticized by human rights groups.
The tariff tiff between China and the US has reached levels unimaginable a year ago. But China is running out of ammunition and the global trade regime may be on the brink of big change, says DW's Timothy Rooks.
Germany's relationship with the US used to be a close friendship, but under President Trump, it feels like anything but. Foreign Minister Heiko Maas is arguing for a "balanced partnership" as counterweight to the US.
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