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IMF Criticizes Joe Biden's Ramping Up Chinese Import Tariffs, Says US Should Work With China to Resolve Disputes

IMF Criticizes Joe Biden's Ramping Up Chinese Import Tariffs, Says US Should Work With China to Resolve Disputes

The IMF is urging the US to maintain its open trade system instead of imposing new punitive duties on goods from China.

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US Blocks Imports From 26 More Chinese Companies Tied to Uyghur Forced Labor

US Blocks Imports From 26 More Chinese Companies Tied to Uyghur Forced Labor

The US has announced it blocked imports from 26 Chinese cotton traders or warehouse facilities tied to Uyghur forced labor.

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Here Are 5 Signs an Applicant is Likely to Pass (or Fail) Debt Relief Program

Here Are 5 Signs an Applicant is Likely to Pass (or Fail) Debt Relief Program

Debt relief programs could be helpful for people drowning in debt who would qualify, but it could not be said for everyone else.

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Here Are Some Things US Seniors Need to Know About Retiring Abroad

US Seniors: What You Need to Know About Retirement Abroad

With a growing number of people in the US choosing to retire elsewhere, those doing so are advised to research thoroughly on where to retire and enjoy their Social Security payments as much as possible.

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JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon Sounds Alarm on Ballooning US Fiscal Deficit Due to High Government Spending

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon Sounds Alarm on Ballooning US Fiscal Deficit Due to High Government Spending

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has cautioned that the United States should promptly address its ballooning fiscal deficit to avoid future economic turmoil.

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Russia's Vladimir Putin Visits China's Xi Jinping to Strengthen Economic, Political Ties Amid US Global Dominance

Russia's Vladimir Putin Visits China's Xi Jinping to Strengthen Economic, Political Ties Amid US Global Dominance

Russia's President Vladimir Putin arrived in Beijing on Thursday for a two-day state visit that will include talks with China's President Xi Jinping to deepen the strategic partnership between the two countries perceived as enemies of the US.

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US Cycling Industry Fearful of E-Bikes Being Included in New China Clean Tech Tariffs

US Cycling Industry Fearful of E-Bikes Being Included in New China Clean Tech Tariffs

Advocacy groups within the US bicycle community are calling on domestic stakeholders to reach out to lawmakers regarding the recent EV tariffs.

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Berkshire Hathaway Reveals $7 Billion Investment to Swiss Insurer Chubb

Berkshire Hathaway Reveals $7 Billion Investment to Swiss Insurer Chubb

Warren Buffet’s company Berkshire Hathaway divulged that it has recently made a $7 billion investment in Swiss insurer Chubb.

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Visa to Change Credit, Debit Card Operations in US

Visa to Change Credit, Debit Card Operations in US

Visa has implemented sweeping changes on how its credit and debit cards are used in the United States through the introduction of a single physical card that could be connected to multiple bank accounts.

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New York State’s EBT System to Undergo 11-Hour Outage Due to Maintenance, Upgrade on May 19

New York State’s EBT System to Undergo 11-Hour Outage Due to Maintenance, Upgrade on May 19

The New York Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance has advised Electronic Benefits Transfer cardholders to make adjustments as the EBT system would be down for 11 hours on May 19.

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US Sanctions Russian Businessman, 3 Companies Involved in Scheme to Evade Sanctions Tied to Russia's Metals Tycoon

US Sanctions Russian Businessman, 3 Companies Involved in Scheme to Evade Sanctions Tied to Russia's Metals Tycoon

The US has imposed sanctions against a Russian businessman, and three companies based in Russia allegedly used in a scheme to evade US sanctions connected to Russian tycoon Oleg Deripaska.

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US Small Business Confidence Ticks Up for First Time in 2024, But Inflation Remains a Headache for Owners

US Small Business Confidence Ticks Up for First Time in 2024, But Inflation Remains a Headache for Owners

US small business confidence improved in April, but inflation remains a top concern for owners, according to a new survey.

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Boeing Max Crash Victims' Father Hopes for US Prosecution Outcome

US Officials: Boeing Breached 2021 Criminal Prosecution Deal Over 737 MAX Crashes

The US Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against Boeing for allegedly violating the 2021 agreement to defer any criminal prosecution about two 737 MAX crashes in 2018 and 2019.

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TikTok Creators Claim Biden Admin's App Ban Violates First Amendment—Lawsuit Filed Against U.S. Government

TikTok Creators Claim Biden Admin's App Ban Violates First Amendment—Lawsuit Filed Against U.S. Government

Some TikTok creators take action as they argue that the Biden administration's TikTok ban violates the First Amendment.

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President Biden Delivers Remarks From The Rose Garden On His Economic Agenda

China Slams New US Tariffs, Vows to Defend Economic Interests Amid Trade Tensions

Biden imposes extensive tariffs on Chinese imports, including semiconductors and EVs, escalating trade tensions. China vows to defend its interests and urges correction.

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