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People photographing airplane emerging from behind red curtain (© China Daily/Reuters)

China’s first homegrown airliner is fueled by other countries’ know-how

The launch of China's C919 passenger jet came at the price of fair trade practices, forcing foreign companies to surrender their technologies.
Aerial view of ship and natural gas plant (© Lindsey Janies/Bloomberg/Getty Images)

U.S. boosts India’s energy security with natural gas exports

A U.S. company sent its first shipment of liquefied natural gas, or LNG, to India. Diversifying India's energy supply will promote its energy security.
Muhammadu Buhari and President Trump seated and shaking hands (© Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)

Trump welcomes Nigeria’s president to the White House

Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari is the first African leader to visit the White House during the Trump presidency.
Angela Merkel and Donald Trump, seated and shaking hands (© Evan Vucci/AP Images)

Trump and Merkel affirm strong ties

President Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed trade differences but agreed on the need for the U.S. and European allies to face global challenges together.
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Highlights of French President Macron’s visit [video]

The centuries-old friendship between the U.S. and France was on display during French President Emmanuel Macron's April 23-25 visit to Washington.
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Shutting down North Korea’s illegal shipping

North Korean ships are desperately trying to avoid sanctions. The U.S. and its allies and partners are stopping illegal shipping in its tracks.

Putting U.S.-China trade back in balance

China's unfair trade practices have disadvantaged world markets, one sign of which is its disproportionately large trade imbalance with the U.S.
Shinzō Abe and Donald Trump sitting on a white couch in front of flags (© Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Images)

Trump, Japan’s Abe stand in solidarity

President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe are united on how to deal with North Korea and agree that a nuclear North Korea cannot be tolerated. They also pledge to work for free and fair trade.
Man riding a bike past a man on a motorized cart who is talking to another man (© Gilles Sabri/Bloomberg/Getty Images)

China’s broken trade promises

China benefited immensely from joining the World Trade Organization in 2001. However, in the years since, it has not made good on promises to open its markets, a condition of its entry.