"Along with Members of Congress, State and local leaders, and workers from across the country, including farmers, ranchers, and entrepreneurs, President Trump will celebrate another promise made, promise kept to the American people when he signs the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement," said White House spokesman Judd Deere. "USMCA rebalances trade in North America, replaces the job-killing NAFTA, ends the outsourcing of American jobs, and invest in the American worker." … [Read more...] about Trump looks to highlight trade win amid impeachment
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On the argument that the Chinese company’s access will be partitioned, the politician said: “I’m not convinced by the arguments about ‘core’ and ‘periphery’ one little bit. There are plenty of companies out there around the world that we could be partnering and working with on this. Just because Huawei was involved in 3G and 4G is not an argument for it to be involved in 5G. … [Read more...] about Farage on Huawei: What Does This Mean for Our Relationship with Trump’s America?
The Secretary of State of the United States will fly to the United Kingdom to discuss Boris Johnson’s controversial decision to allow Huawei to help build the nation’s 5G infrastructure. The move by the UK is seen as a possible stumbling block in future trade negotiations with the U.S. as well as jeopardising intelligence sharing between the two powers. … [Read more...] about Huawei Fallout: US Secretary of State Flies to UK Over 5G Decision
Traders have also taken some reassurance from comments by Saudi Arabia and other OPEC members that they’re prepared to act to shore up the market. The alliance, which has already cut production, will consider prolonging curbs to the end of the year -- or even deepening them -- when it gathers in early March, a delegate said on Jan. 27. … [Read more...] about Oil extends recovery as traders reassess virus threat to demand
Ohio's leaders have been under pressure to fix the lake since algae toxins in 2014 left more than 400,000 people around Toledo unable to drink their tap water. Studies by have shown that roughly 85% of the phosphorus going into the lake comes from agriculture. … [Read more...] about Ohio’s toxic algae plan could give other states a blueprint