How the key international stories unfolded today.
In this edition of State of the Union: In the week that Donald Trump officially moved the US embassy to Jerusalem, sparking protests and violence
Deadline looms for Donald Trump to decide whether EU will be permanently exempted from metal tariffs
China may also look to markets in other countries instead of the US, trade representatives say
Euronews takes a look at which of your favourite fruit and vegetables might be impacted by Brexit negotiations
British trade minister Liam Fox said on Friday that Britain wouldn't be blackmailed into agreeing on the cost of leaving the European Union
The soaring prices of the commodity has fostered a highly lucrative enviroment leading to the rise of cartels and unscrupulous traders.
China's exports to N.Korea on the rise as imports fall
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of the top EU news stories.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of today’s top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Pacific rim countries move forward with the TPP free trade pact, but the US confirms it will not return to the partnership.
Amid growing doubt and concern about the future of key trade agreements, there is a surprise ruling from the European Union’s top court.
With Mexico's future trade relations with the US up for renegotiation, Europe seeks to take advantage with an improved agreement
Macron favours the euro, free trade and globalisation. Le Pen has described the run-off with Macron as a referendum on "uncontrolled globalisation".
The IMF committee had previously warned protectionism posed a risk to global growth.
US and China hold key talks at Mar-a-Lago
Britain's finance minister is in India trying to drum up some post-Brexit trade support as two nations agree to set up joint investment fund.
President Trump has signed two executive orders related to trade whilst his meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping next week is shaping up to be tricky