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Cheap oil Is one culprit as American chicken exports diminish
American companies are shipping less chicken overseas, and cheap oil isn’t helping.
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China Halts Some U.S. Farm Imports, Threatening Trade Deal
Chinese government officials told major state-run agricultural companies to pause purchases of some American farm goods including soybeans as Beijing evaluates the ongoing escalation of…
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Asia’s Factories Remain in Doldrums Even as Lockdowns Ease
Asia’s factory managers remained downbeat about the world’s trade engines in May, even as battered economies start to re-open across the region.
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South Korea’s Exports Slump Again as Pandemic Drags On
South Korea’s exports posted another double-digit decline in May in a sign of continuing pain from the coronavirus pandemic with the auto sector among the…
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Hong Kong Tensions a Risk to Global Economy, Japan Official Says
Japanese Economy Minister Yasutoshi Nishimura said friction between the U.S. and China over Hong Kong poses a risk to the global economy if the city…
Collapse in Myanmar Seafood Exports Puts 1 Million Jobs At Risk
About 1 million people may lose their jobs in Myanmar’s fisheries industry, with almost all exports ceasing since February as the spread of Covid-19 prompted…
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Europe Issues Gloomier Projections of Its Trade Slump With World
The European Union said its trade with the rest of the world would slump this year by as much as 868 billion euros ($963 billion),…
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EU Is Set to Air ‘Grave Concern’ Over China’s Move in Hong Kong
The European Union is poised to express “grave concern” over sweeping new Chinese national-security legislation in Hong Kong and to question China’s respect for its…
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Vietnam to Import Live Pigs for Slaughter for First Time
Vietnam is allowing imports of live pigs for slaughter for the first time as the country grapples with record prices of hogs and pork because…
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Trump Set to Rebuke China on Muslims After Friction on Hong Kong
President Donald Trump appears poised to sign a measure that would punish Chinese officials for imprisoning more than one million Muslims in internment camps, as…