The global economy is constantly changing, and trade agreements are a major factor in this.
Keeping up with the latest news and developments in trade agreements is essential for understanding the current state of the economy. On this page, you’ll find the latest news and headlines about trade agreements from around the world. Keep up to date with the latest news and headlines about trade agreements here.
H.R. 8337 would extend government funding through December 11, 2020, averting a government shutdown that would otherwise begin October 1. The continuing resolution (CR) would generally extend fiscal 2020 funding levels while including some “anomalies” [...]
As of Friday afternoon, the House & Senate have both passed H.R. 748, the CARES Act, which provides roughly $2 trillion to individuals, businesses, and states in response to the global coronavirus pandemic. The bill, [...]
Congress finally passed a continuing resolution (CR) to fund the federal government for another month. Funding for federal agencies was extended through December 20 under a stopgap funding measure that averted a government shutdown as [...]
Digital Collage by Alana Burman FLORIDA BLUE-GREEN ALGAE AND SEPTIC TANKS In response to concern over Florida’s water systems, Governor Ron DeSantis issued an executive orde that created the Blue-Green Algae Task Force after state-wide [...]
Economic Strife a Potential 2020 Issue An increasing concern for an economic downtown leading up to the 2020 looms over President Trump’s hopes for a second term. With a global factory slowdown and Trump’s trade [...]
McConnell Weighs Background Checks Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said that gun legislation will be at the top of the Senate's agenda once legislators return from the August recess. Presently, background checks for firearm [...]
This week, the Senate began its August recess after approving the Congressional budget-deal, President Trump abruptly escalated the trade war with China, and the second Democratic Presidential Debate saw appeals to the working class. Senate [...]