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  • Stimulus' 'Buy U.S.' wording hit by Europe

     
    by Frank James The congressional stimulus plan isn't just drawing domestic criticism. It's also getting flak from U.S. trade partners because of "Buy American" provisions to require the purchase of U.S. steel and iron with an eye towards boosting U.S........
  • Michael Hiltzik: Learning to live with China

     
    Economic nationalism -- or is it merely xenophobia? -- is nothing new on these shores. It crops up whenever America's hegemony as the world's No. 1 economy appears to be threatened by an upward-scuttling challenger. As my column for Monday......
  • U.S. trade deficit up nearly 10% to $36.4 billion in November

     
    The U.S. trade deficit shot up nearly 10% to $36.4 billion in November, hitting a 10-month high, the Department of Commerce said today.Demand for imports is growing, as the nation’s economy slowly gets back on its feet. Imports totaled $174.6......
  • In a twist, China posts a trade deficit

     
    China reported its first monthly trade deficit in six years Saturday. The unusual news comes as the country's trade partners -- namely the United States -- have been clamoring for Beijing to reduce its trade surpluses by strengthening its currency.......
  • Wall Street Roundup: More Lehman trickery? WaMu in the spotlight.

     
    Trade deficit up. Growing demand for imports has driven up the U.S. trade deficit, according to new Commerce Department figures. Both imports and exports rose in February. More Lehman trickery? Lehman used a shadowy company -- an "alter ego" firm......
  • Nature in the Nixon era

    As The Times prepares to endorse a presidential candidate for the first time in more than 35 years, the editorial board will examine the candidates' stances on issues through our own sense of the meaning of some essential American values. How much have...
  • Clout fading, US vies to set G-20 meetings agenda

    Clout fading, US vies to set G-20 meetings agenda
    (AP) - With trillion-dollar deficits and a weakening dollar, the United States doesn't have the clout it once had at economic summits. Now Germany, France and all the new kids at the table - countries like China and Brazil - are pushing their own issues....
  • Pelosi wants genocide recognition

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said last week during a visit to Burbank that she will push for a congressional vote on an Armenian Genocide recognition bill. Pelosi came to the Western Diocese of the Armenian Church in Burbank on Aug. 4 for a...
  • Arming for trade war

    The shot that may launch history's largest trade war was fired quietly enough: In a menu card at the British Aeronautical Society's annual banquet Wednesday night, Airbus SAS announced it has applied for government support in launching its newest plane,...
  • U.S., EU to negotiate Boeing, Airbus support

    The U.S. and the European Union averted a trade war Tuesday by agreeing to talks aimed at cutting government subsidies to Chicago-based Boeing Co. and Airbus SAS. The negotiations mean that, at least for now, the two sides will not pursue their claims of...