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Even if the U.S. Lifts the Embargo, Castro May Get the Last Word

This week’s surprise rapprochement with Cuba raises tantalizing prospects for U.S. companies: the decades-long American embargo could be lifted, giving the firms access they haven’t ...

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Who Will Foot the Bill in Ukraine?

When it comes to fighting the economic battle over Ukraine, the West has been much more willing to hit Russia in its pocketbook than play ...

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Terrorism Risk Insurance Gets House Extension

House Republicans and Democrats found common ground on backing the terrorism insurance industry and voted to extend a federal backstop for the industry Wednesday, as ...

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Iran Nuclear Deal Could Ease the Way for Humanitarian Trade

Financial sanctions against Iran hit the country's economy hard, forcing Tehran to negotiate rolling back its nuclear program with the West. But they've also kept ...

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North Korea, Open for Business

RASON, North Korea — For the few who have ever been to North Korea, it might be a familiar feeling: that of being inside a ...

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Suing Companies for Atrocities Has Never Been Harder. Thanks, Supreme Court!

If you're a U.S. corporate CEO fearful that your company's actions abroad -- say, setting up a mine and killing some villagers in the process ...

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The Venezuelan Government Saves Christmas

Christmas is a huge deal in Venezuela. The rainy season begins to dim, and the overwhelming tropical heat gets a tad more tolerable in December. ...

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Exclusive: U.S. Firms Raced to Get Government-Backed Financing Before the Money Disappeared

This September, as the U.S. trade bank faced possible extinction, more American companies sought the bank's backing than during any other month this year. The ...

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Cold Comfort

Russia's central bank surprised economists Friday by hiking interest rates 1.5 percent, which was more than many expected, but it might take much more to ...

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‘Be in Love With Them, but Don’t Marry Them’

Before Alibaba settled in Hangzhou 15 years ago, the city of 8 million people in eastern China was best known for its silk, its scenic ...

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