Workers from other European countries are moving out. Local councils fear losing billions in EU funding.
The president is right we need a new social compact, but he still underestimates the impact of regulation.
No amount of support would allow steel manufacturers in the United Kingdom to compete with China’s.
Managers blame the rise of the anti-immigrant right on Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open-door policy.
By raising taxes on companies time and again, Greece is driving them into bankruptcy or abroad.
German bosses worry about a slowdown in emerging markets and the anti-globalist mood in the West.
France’s ruling Socialist Party is unlikely to try more economic reform before the next presidential election.
Congress delays legislation that would have consolidated India’s various local and state taxes into one national levy.
Jeb Bush criticizes Hillary Clinton for backpedaling on a trade agreement that has divided Democrats.
Most Britons on zero-hours contracts are perfectly happy to have flexible jobs.
Britain’s Labour Party wants to roll back liberalizations in health care, ignoring the good they’ve done.
Freer trade across the Pacific might cost some jobs but it would be a positive for the United States on balance.