US, Canada and Mexico sign agreement again to replace NAFTA
The signing ceremony in Mexico City launched what may be the final approval effort for U.S. President Donald Trump's three-year quest to revamp the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), a deal he has blamed for the loss of millions of U.S. manufacturing jobs.
India to be an outlier in the global economy: Report
Nomura expects that growth in major global economies may weaken in 2020, like US growth ...
US-Mexico-Canada trade agreement shows Democrats embarrassed over impeachment: Trump
President Donald Trump says Democrats approving U.S.-Mex...
Federal judge blocks $3.6 billion transfer to border wall
In a 21-page opinion, El Paso, Texas-based U.S. District Court Judge David Briones issued a permanent injunction that prohibited the Trump administration from using the funds for border barriers. The ruling is a legal setback for Trump, whose administration has vowed to build at least 450 miles of wall along the border by November 2020.
US court mulls bid to temporarily block border asylum policy
While Asylum-seekers who cross the border are sent back to Mexico to wait for their hearings to wind through immigration courts, the US Nint...
Mexico praises ICJ ruling in Kulbhushan Jadhav's case
"The effective fulfillment by the Member States of the diplomatic and consular obligations is of the greatest relevance for the operation of the international multilateral system," Legal Adviser of the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs Alejandro Celorio said in the General Assembly as the Court's President Judge Abduylqawi Yusuf presented his report.
Delayed, but on course: Lewis Hamilton wins in Mexico but had to wait for sixth title
Needing 14 points more than Mercedes team mate Valtteri Bottas, the only man on the grid who can still stop him albeit only mathematically, it was always going to be a tough ask.
Jeanine Anez declares herself Bolivia interim President
Jeanine Anez claimed the post of Senate leader late in the day, a position next in line for the presidency, even though she lacked a quorum because of a boycott by Morales’ Movement for Socialism party.
US Attorney General William Barr touts fugitive arrests
U.S. Attorney General William Barr and other federal officials say nearly 330 fugitives suspected of violent crimes have been arrested as pa...
Why the bottom-up approach to eradicating poverty might not work
Big picture reforms will eradicate poverty, not small tweaks to programmes that botique RCTs provide.
Google gives a tech twist to art, unveils first-ever digitised range of paintings
The aim is to expose the world to Puerto Rico art and preserve it.
View: Opting out from RCEP hurts India's interests
India’s experience of negotiating for removing barriers to trade in services in Indo-Asean trade following the FTA in merchandise products is instructive. The sluggish pace of those negotiations has forced India to seek access for services to key Asean markets through bilateral agreements.
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