China’s growing economic clout and its role as lender to the US means Obama has less leverage to press for changes to US-China trade.
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American consumers can no longer borrow madly to buy so many goods from abroad. Shoppers in emerging nations must be the next engine of growth, some argue.
The Financial Stability Board could be looking at efforts to reform executive compensation by year-end.
Pittsburgh will import police from surrounding areas and cordon off the downtown area to ensure the G-20 summit will run smoothly.
The defense secretary, in allowing the service to procure its own plane, signals trust that his reforms are taking hold.
In response to US tariffs imposed last Friday, Beijing threatened to investigate alleged US dumping of auto and chicken parts. But both categories would only allow limited retaliation.