BERLIN (Reuters) – Some 82 percent of U.S. companies operating in Germany expect revenues to increase this year, a survey showed on Friday, despite a brewing trade conflict over the U.S. decision to
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BEIJING (Reuters) – China will retaliate if the United States insists on initiating a trade war, China’s ambassador to the United States was quoted as saying by the state news agency Xinhua on Friday.
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LONDON (Reuters) – Britain and the United States said on Thursday they would form a Financial Regulatory Working Group to promote financial stability and efficient markets as the UK leaves the
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Germany wants to “strengthen and deepen” its ties with the United States, Finance Minister said in Washington on Thursday, adding that protectionism was never beneficial to any
By Brad Haynes
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China has laid out national guidelines for testing self-driving cars as it looks to keep pace with the United States in a global race to develop autonomous vehicles, the China