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Asia-Pacific nations sign sweeping trade deal without US

Malaysia's Minister...

Republican senators are begging Trump to reverse one of his first major economic decisions

25 GOP senators sent a letter asking President Trump to re-engage on talks to make the US part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement.

Republicans are getting worried about Trump starting a trade war

Republican members of Congress are concerned that Trump's hardline stance on trade could trigger a series of retalitory trade measures by other countries.

How Trump killed Obama’s vaunted trade deal — and why it could affect the US for decades

President Donald Trump's decision to squash the deal crushed the centerpiece of President Barack Obama's "pivot to Asia."

Trump’s policies have Nike facing one of its biggest threats in history

The swoosh is facing some Trump-induced headaches — but long term, it shouldn't matter that much.

Reaction to Trump’s withdrawal from TPP doesn’t fit cleanly along party lines

Trump's decision to pull out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Monday was met with praise and dismay that did not fit neatly along partisan lines.

Trump’s nominee for Commerce secretary calls himself ‘pro-trade’ so long as it’s ‘sensible-trade’

Wilbur Ross laid out his views on trade during his Wednesday Senate confirmation hearing, calling himself "pro-trade" but only so far as it is "sensible trade."

What the sneaker industry says about how effective Trump’s proposed trade policies will be

High tariffs don't always bring back manufacturing to the states, as the sneaker industry proves.