US companies in China say tariffs are hurting

The trade spat between Washington and Beijing has negatively impacted 60 percent of US firms in China, a survey has found. The majority of American companies in China say they are

Keeping international students in arbitrary immigration target is wrong decision, say British firms

UK firms will be “bitterly disappointed” that the government’s official advisory body on migration has not backed removing overseas students from official migration

SSE shares plunge as it warns profits will be Significantly lower due to Ofgem price cap

Provider blamed higher gas prices and warm, dry weather for reduced profits. SSE has blamed the better-than-expected weather this year for an anticipated £190m hit to profits in

UK Manufacturing Growth Slows to 2-Year Low as Exports Falter

Manufacturing production also rose at the slowest pace in 17 months, while both input and output prices increased.U.K. manufacturing growth unexpectedly slowed to the weakest in

Factories in China is Industrial Heartland Contracting, PMI Shows

Guangdong, with an economy as large as Australia’s, is a major manufacturing hub and accounts for almost a third of China’s exports. Factories in China’s largest regional

Trump Tariffs Spark Industry Campaign to De-Escalate Trade War

Trade groups for manufacturers, farmers, others are banding together. Trade associations representing farmers, retailers and manufacturers are joining forces in a new

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