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Trump tariffs may imperil a delicate global economic rebound
Trump tariffs may imperil a delicate global recovery from financial crisis and recession
Correction: Trump Tariffs-Steel Industry story
In a story March 6 about the financial strength of the steel industry, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the steel industry added more than 8,000 jobs between January 2017 and January 2018. The industry actually added 8,000 jobs over that period. A corrected version of the story is
Egypt's inflation declines ahead of election
Egypt's central bank says inflation dropped to 14.4 percent in February from 17 percent the month before, continuing a decline since it peaked last summer
As Trump weighs tariff, US steelmakers enjoy rising profits
The Trump administration has chosen an odd time to offer special protection to the U.S. steel industry: Steelmakers are actually faring pretty well.
Pragmatic candidate livens up Venezuela's presidential race
A candidate with business-friendly credentials is seeking to inject hope into Venezuela's otherwise apathetic electorate convinced that the presidential contest will be swept by socialist President Nicolas Maduro
Global fund championed by Ivanka Trump to help women entrepreneurs begins operations
A global fund that aims to empower women entrepreneurs in developing countries -- and was spearheaded in part by first daughter Ivanka Trump -- is now open for business. The Women Entrepreneur Finance Initiative (WeFi), announced at the G-20 Summit in July and operable as of this week, will
Counting down to the solar eclipse in Missouri
ABC News' Brad Mielke talks to amateur astronomers gathered outside Rosecrans Memorial Airport in St. Joseph, Missouri, waiting to experience today's total solar eclipse.
'Hora Cero': How a young mother copes with Venezuela's crisis
"Upheaval" describes everyday life in Venezuela. The South American country has been mired in an economic, political and humanitarian crisis that has spilled into the streets, with almost daily protests affecting the lives of 30 million people who either participate in them or are forced to
What you need to know about the G-20
On Wednesday, President Donald Trump set off on the second foreign trip of his presidency, during which he will be attending the G-20 summit in Germany. Trump’s attendance at the conference is an opportunity for the new president to work alongside the world’s greatest economic and political powers.