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  • Euro too strong for exporters: EU's Van Rompuy

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The euro exchange rate is too strong for euro zone exporters, the president of the European Council said on Friday. Herman Van Rompuy, who represents European Union governments in Brussels, also said the economic aspects of the...
  • Russian sanctions ripple through corporate boardrooms

    COPENHAGEN/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A deepening economic standoff between Russia and the West over the future of Ukraine has rippled through trading floors and boardrooms, with exporters scrambling to protect revenues and some global financial firms...
  • South Korea March 1-20 export growth calms global demand fears

    SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's exports rose 8.2 percent in the month to date from the same period of last year, sharply up from a 0.7 percent gain for the combined January-February period, customs data showed on Friday. The Korea Customs Service...
  • UK's Osborne delivers annual budget

    LONDON (Reuters) - British finance minister George Osborne presented his annual budget statement to parliament on Wednesday. Following are highlights from his speech: HIGHER STAMP DUTY FOR CORPORATE HOMES ABOVE 500,000 POUNDS "We will expand the tax on...
  • Japan February exports rise 9.8 percent year-on-year: Ministry of Finance

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's exports rose 9.8 percent in February from a year earlier as shipments recovered from a Lunar New Year slowdown, Ministry of Finance data showed on Wednesday. The rise in exports compared with a 12.4 percent gain expected by...
  • Center for Food Safety sues USDA over genetically modified alfalfa

    A food safety group filed a lawsuit in hopes of forcing the U.S. Department of Agriculture to release documents in court that could explain why the federal agency approved genetically engineered alfalfa despite its misgivings about environmental safety....
  • Baltimore-based rug designer has grown to top importer from Nepal

    Baltimore-based rug designer has grown to top importer from Nepal
    Steve Cibor loaded his Ford Explorer with a few samples of Tibetan rugs and drove for days along the East Coast in 1994, trying to persuade retailers to sell the expensive hand-woven pieces. "Nobody bought it — but they gave me ideas," Cibor said....
  • Ukraine will continue to pose economic threat

    Ukraine will continue to pose economic threat
    With fear of a shooting war in Ukraine easing Tuesday, stocks worldwide surged in relief and the Dow Jones industrial average climbed more than 227 points. Investors relaxed after Russian President Vladimir Putin said military action in Ukraine was a...
  • Grant Obama trade promotion authority [Commentary]

    Grant Obama trade promotion authority [Commentary]
    Earlier this month, the powerful Senate Finance Committee met to consider crucial legislation that would grant the president Trade Promotion Authority (TPA), which would make it easier for him to negotiate deals with other countries. Maryland's own Sen....
  • Honda Is a Net Exporter, Sort Of

     
    You might have heard that Honda is a net U.S. exporter, sending more U.S.-built cars to international markets than it imports into the U.S. for sale. But don't take the news at face value. Here's why. The automaker, which includes......
  • Auto Exports' Rise Continues

     
    We've known that U.S. automotive exports are increasing, but now the Detroit News reports the country could export more cars than ever before this year. Auto exports could reach 2 million cars and trucks in 2013, up from around 1.8......