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Analysis and commentary on economic news, trends and issues, with an emphasis on Seattle and the Northwest. November 19, 2013 at 9:43 AM Next steps for Washington trade Posted by Jon Talton Monday's Washington Trade Conference drew 300 people who
Chinese President Xi Jinping said Monday his country was working on a "new type of relationship" with his counterparts in the United States...He said during his meeting that while U.S. relations with China weren't always positive, general trends were
Moniz were present at Tuesday's groundbreaking ceremony.
But as officials scrambled to save Chrysler, they found a willing buyer in Fiat. Today, Fiat represents a play on two automotive recoveries -- one for Chrysler, and one for Fiat itself. The Chrysler recovery Going into the crisis, Chrysler was in the
China and the United States are committed to expanding efforts to resolve tensions with North Korea over its nuclear program, a senior Chinese official says. Speaking to a forum on China-U.S. relations, Assistant Foreign Minister Zheng Zeguang said
The giant panda twins at Zoo Atlanta, born July 15, needed changing every hour...Instead, the veterinarians at the zoo were obliged, every hour, to reach into a cage with Lun Lun, the mother bear, take away one infant, and hand her the other one.
China on Tuesday refuted reports claiming that China may be hiring hackers to steal U.S. drone technology, saying the claims are "groundless" and "inconducive" to China-U.S. cyber security efforts. "We have taken notice of relevant reports.
Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday expressed optimism about the future development of Sino-U.S. relations, which he says are crucial to humankind's success in tackling global challenges in the 21st century. Biden made the remarks during his
Thank you very much, Mr. Ambassador, and good morning, everybody. I want to thank State Councilor Yang and all of our Chinese guests who have traveled so far to be here today. And let me also thank our American EcoPartners who have come from across
US President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping started their remarkable informal meeting in a popular desert estate in southern California Friday evening, with both sides asserting that they intended to push forward a new paradigm