The United States has surpassed Russia and Saudi Arabia and is now the largest producer of crude oil, U.S. government figures show.
The AGOA Extension and Enhancement Act of 2015 would extend the landmark law, originally enacted in May 2000, for another 10 years.
The United States is eager to improve connections among producers and consumers in the United States and East Asia to benefit all trading partners. That...
No country attracts more foreign direct investment than the U.S. That's good for U.S. workers, but also for overseas investors' profits.
The world has 180 currencies, but the U.S. dollar is used in more international transactions than any other thanks to its stability.
In a landmark agreement, countries accounting for nearly half of the world's economy have committed to cut trade barriers and set common standards.
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...
Trade promotion authority will expand workers’ rights, it will protect the environment, and it will promote a free and open Internet.
Vietnam and the U.S. are celebrating 20 years of normalized diplomatic relations. They have seen a dramatic rise in trade and people-to-people ties.