The latest news on global economy
EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht explains why the U.S. and the European Union need stronger trade ties.
Adopting a cash voucher system would disrupt the cost-effective delivery of food aid.
The World Bank is considering killing a key report on economic development.
Far reaching trade pacts make a mockery of the democratic process.
A U.S. economy that is sputtering along may not see lower prices at the pump.
Japan's World War II revisionism is distracting from urgent economic reforms.
The weak economic recovery means another mess could be right around the corner.
The president is letting other nations lead the way in Africa.
Like other products, U.S. natural gas should be made available to those most willing to pay for it.
High costs, sparse fueling stations stand in the way of greater consumer adoption of natural gas cars.