Obama has predicted aloud that the agreement will be done in weeks. He is a brave soul given his record as a prognosticator.
One or both of the presidential candidates is likely to promise to review and obtain a better deal. Why should they defend anything negotiated by the Obama administration?
After two years of mutual distrust, the United States is once again becoming the focus of Brazil’s export policy, which is experiencing one of its worst moments since 2003.
Many countries are keeping a close eye on Japan and the U.S.
If the United States does not change its combative mindset and abandon thoughts of interfering with China's development, the mutually beneficial and cooperative U.S.-China trade relationship will inevitably suffer, as will U.S. efforts to revitalize its economy and peace and stability around the globe.
At the beginning of February, trade diplomats from the European Union and the United States will gather in Brussels for the eighth time for negotiations of the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. It is reported that the heavily debated rules pertaining to investor protection will be on the agenda at the [Read more]