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  • With $21 trillion, China's savers are set to change the world

    HONG KONG Few events will be as significant for the world in the next 15 years as China opening its capital borders, a shift that economists and regulators across the world are now starting to grapple with.
  • China hacking? Beijing is also a victim, foreign minister says in interview

    China hacking? Beijing is also a victim, foreign minister says in interview
    The world’s two biggest economies have been eyeing each other warily lately. Like two heavyweight contenders angling for a match, the U.S. and China have been managing a hugely productive economic relationship — two-way trade hit $590...

    After doubting, economists find China is killing US factory jobs

    WASHINGTON A generation of economists trained to believe that trade had little to do with the long decline in high-paying U.S. factory jobs is changing its mind. Their findings are likely to fuel the opposition within President Barack Obama's own...

    Why California Democrats don't want to 'fast track' the TPP

    Why California Democrats don't want to 'fast track' the TPP
    To the editor: Contrary to the impression that readers of the editorial may get, I am pro-trade. I want a fair trade deal. ("Why 'fast track' bill on trade makes sense," editorial, June 10) But “fast track” legislation for the proposed Trans...

    House votes to repeal country-of-origin labeling on meat

    House Republicans voted Wednesday to repeal a law requiring country-of-origin labels on packages of meat — a move to avoid costly trade retaliation from Canada and Mexico. The World Trade Organization ruled against the law last month, saying the...