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BEN-GURION University of the Negev President Daniel Chamovitz and Gov. Gina M. Raimondo sign a memorandum of understanding in Beer-Sheva, Israel, on Tuesday. / COURTESY A.L. COMMUNICATIONS

Raimondo inks business collaboration agreement with Israeli university

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Gina M. Raimondo opened potential channels for international business collaboration this week by signing a memorandum of understanding with Ben-Gurion University...

R.I. Society of CPAs to host business forum on international trade

LINCOLN – The Rhode Island Society of Certified Public Accountants is slated to host a multi-industry forum on Rhode Island international trade and exports...

Uncertainty on trade stalls growth

The trade war between the United States and China has been felt by most Rhode Island manufacturers, though not all in the same way. Many...

Citi warns trading revenue to decline, BofA is ‘doing OK’

NEW YORK – Citigroup Inc. trading revenue is set to drop this quarter amid volatility that gripped markets for most of August, while a...

Trump tariff delay is a gift to retailers that feels like...

It looks as if the Trump administration didn’t want to be accused of ruining Christmas. The U.S. Trade Representative’s office said on Aug. 13 that...

Congress must pass USMCA

While the U.S. economy continues to show steady signs of growth, there is considerable concern in the business community about current U.S. trade policies...

NAFTA alternative a bad deal

President Donald Trump claims he has “tremendous Democrat support” in the House for the accord he signed last year with Mexico and Canada to...
TRADE SUPPORTED 128,100 jobs in Rhode Island in 2017, according to a new report from The Business Roundtable. / COURTESY BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE

Report: Trade supports 128K jobs in R.I.

PROVIDENCE – International trade in Rhode Island supported 128,100 jobs in 2017, according to a Business Roundtable report released this week. The report said that...
THE U.S.TRADE deficit in goods and services declined to $49.4 billion in February. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/TIM RUE

U.S. trade gap narrows to eight-month low on plane exports

NEW YORK – The United States trade deficit unexpectedly narrowed to an eight-month low in February on a surge in civilian aircraft exports,...

How to win a tech cold war

If a digital Iron Curtain is falling between the U.S. and China, America seems increasingly eager to yank its side down. A hasty and...
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