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German imports jump, exports also strong
German imports were up 3 percent in January from December. Exports were also surprisingly strong underscoring the momentum in Europe's biggest economy
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May talks trade in Turkey for a fresh Brexit boost
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Germany and EU urged to take advantage of US protectionism
Germany is looking to take advantage of trade opportunities in Asia and South America from the United States turning protectionist.
Trump dumps TTP trade deal
President Donald Trump has fulfilled a key campaign pledge by withdrawing the United States from the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership.
China's warning over protectionism: don't lock yourself in a dark room
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
Dismal year for Chinese exports as Beijing faces Trump trade threats
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 stresses US mutual interests amid trade war fears
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.
Trump and Clinton battle over trade and jobs
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