The cost of Britain’s exit from the European Union doesn’t leave much extra for those who are “just about managing”.
Donald Trump’s election has suddenly made Republicans more optimistic about the state of the economy.
America’s most reliable ally in the Pacific is forced to turn to China for leadership on liberalizing trade.
The fate of the Trans Pacific Partnership will determine who writes the rules of commerce in the Pacific.
Belgium asks for a review of investor-state tribunals and an evaluation of the treaty’s environmental impact.
Southern European nations oppose fresh sanctions even though they have been least affected by them.
Socialist lawmakers in the south of Belgium oppose a treaty that is supported by the right-wing national government.
The Social Democrat convinces his party to support a proposed EU trade agreement with Canada.
The German hopes to save a treaty with Canada by pulling the plug on trade talks with the United States.
Perhaps America and Britain could use a doomed transatlantic trade pact as a template for their own treaty?
Britain’s future prime minister calls on firms to recognize that the referendum was about more than Europe.
Workers from other European countries are moving out. Local councils fear losing billions in EU funding.