42 million ways international trade helps the environment

International trade means boatloads of grain, oil and lug nuts, right? You'll be surprised at how much environmental conservation happens through trade.

How would you sell a trade deal? These ambassadors’ methods have...

To promote the world's largest trade deal, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), most officials would talk from behind the lectern or, maybe, have...
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U.S., Kazakhstan join forces to strengthen border security

A U.S. program bolsters border security in Kazakhstan, creating safe transportation and trade routes for goods entering and exiting the country.
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Ecotourism gets a boost in new Laos-Thailand agreement

Want to see nature without harming the environment? A new agreement between Laos and Thailand will make ecotourism easier in those countries.

Summit seeks to bolster security, prosperity across the Americas

Vice President Pence attends the April 13–14 Summit of the Americas in Peru. He will promote democracy, fair trade and secure borders in the hemisphere.
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U.S. strategy in Iran yields results

The U.S. continues to pressure the Iranian regime to end its destructive behavior and bring about peace in the region and relief for the Iranian people.
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Boosting harvests worldwide by sharing U.S. innovations

Discover how farmers and food professionals from Moldova, Brazil and Nigeria are strengthening their agricultural systems with U.S. innovations.
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U.S. is net exporter of natural gas, thanks to innovation

Extracting formerly unrecoverable natural gas and transporting it in new ways is changing energy markets and offering greater security around the world.
Enrique Peña Nieto, President Trump and Justin Trudeau seated and signing documents (Shealah Craighead/White House)

A new day begins for U.S., Mexico, Canada trade

President Trump and leaders of Mexico and Canada signed a new trade agreement to revamp rules that Trump blamed for massive American job losses.