U.S. negotiators in recent days put forth a string of bold proposals -- on auto rules of origin, a sunset clause, government procurement, and gutting dispute panels seen by the other nations as core to the pact.
“We’re increasingly concerned about the state of play in negotiations,” John Murphy, senior vice president for international policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Who could have imagined that Boeing would enjoy such good fortune back in December, when President-elect Trump scolded the company in a Twitter broadside for “out of control” costs on the presidential plane? But that attack provided a path for...
Trump’s speech to NAM comes as his administration is trying to build momentum for a proposal to cut taxes on corporations and individuals.
Overhauling the tax system is the “single most important" thing on the administration’s agenda.
Trump’s executive order could strengthen the effects of rising prices and wage costs.
Boeing is pressing the U.S. International Trade Commission to impose tariffs against its Canadian competitor over sales of its C Series Jets at “absurdly low prices” while receiving unfair government support.
The decision was initially expected in the first week of September.