The new bill, approved by more than 77% of parliament members present, covers changes to the civil justice system, a bank deposit protection scheme and measures that should shore up the liquidity of the country's banks.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership could encompass as much as 40% of global trade, and it could be wrapped up in the next three or four weeks, according to the Australian trade minister.
Patent bills in Congress threaten to destroy "the innovation ecosystem that has enabled America to be the world leader in innovation." Here's why.
Manufacturers argue the Export-Import Bank is vital to their export business and warn of lost contracts and layoffs if the bank is not renewed.
How big business defeated antitrust, ushering in monopolies and oligopolies, to our nation's detriment.
Second of two parts; read the first: Is Manufacturing Industry Consolidation Stifling Competition and Innovation?
Trade Adjustment Assistance, a bill that gives financial assistance to workers displaced by imports, won approval a day after Congress gave Obama fast-track authority to negotiate trade pacts.
Global equity markets are on a roll this week after Greece submitted bailout proposals that were welcomed by creditors in advance of the nation's June 30 deadline to repay its debt.
President Obama calls for both Trade Promotion Authority and Trade Adjustment Assistance as critics of the trade agreements continue efforts to stop passage of the bills.