Syria's economy is crippled by six years of civil war and sanctions mean China is increasingly stepping in to supply the country.
German imports were up 3 percent in January from December. Exports were also surprisingly strong underscoring the momentum in Europe's biggest economy
Emerging technologies and the global resurgence of populism and nationalism that Trump’s presidency embodies, will not make this process easy. But they also make it more important than ever
euronews: “Mr Mohamed Sidati, Polisario’s European representative, thank you for joining us.
China posted much stronger-than-expected trade data for January even as Asia braces for a rise in US protectionism under President Donald Trump.
Prime Minister Theresa May has left the US and flown to Turkey for talks with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Insiders say it is part of a charm offensive to bolster her hand in negotiations to leave
Germany is looking to take advantage of trade opportunities in Asia and South America from the United States turning protectionist.
President Donald Trump has fulfilled a key campaign pledge by withdrawing the United States from the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership.
All eyes were on the Chinese President's address at the World Economic Forum in Davos, as he gave a vigorous defence of free trade
Chinese exports fell last year with global demand for its goods weakening, amid fears of a trade war with the US under the Trump administration.
China signals it wants to avoid a trade war after US President-elect Donald Trump names tough-talking Robert Lighthizer as his chief trade negotiator.
The US presidential candidates have focused on jobs and trade - particularly the TTIP agreement, between Europe and the US.
Paul Magnette leads the regional government in Wallonia, the French-speaking region of Belgium, where the parliament has refused to provide its backing for the federal government’s move to approve the
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has warned inflation will rise with the falling value of the pound pushing up prices.
Hopes and fears over CETA, May continues her European tour but there is trouble back home and a worldwide protest about Ukraine makes its mark in Europe.
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German unemployment was down again in August for the 12th straight month. Retail sales grew month-on-month in July, but declined from a year earlier.
There was an unexpected fall in exports from Germany in May and imports barely rose, further indicators of slowing growth in Europe's largest economy.
The European Commission has unveiled proposals which would make it easier for customers in the EU to buy online from other member countries.
China's February trade numbers were far worse than economists had expected, with exports down by the most in over six years and imports suffering their 16th month of decline.
Officials from the United States and Cuba have signed an agreement to restore passenger flights between the two countries. The signing ceremony in
Today (December 17) marks one year since the United States and Cuba decided to normalise relations. That was nearly two years after Cuban President
US Congressional leaders have agreed to lift the country’s 40-year-old ban on oil exports, a historic action reflecting the impact of a boom in
Moscow says economic sanctions are working, Ankara plays down their impact
A Swedish report on global arms sales ranks defence firms from the United States and Western Europe as dominating the industry. Data published by
Russian sanctions against Turkey could have substantial impact “if they persist over the next year and are fully applied”. So says a report by the