Germany’s Habeck Optimistic EU and U.S. Can Reduce Trade Tension

German Economy Minister Robert Habeck expressed optimism on Monday about resolving a European Union trade dispute with Washington, saying he saw room for compromise on certain elements of the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act and its green subsidies. Many EU leaders are worried the local content requirements of $369 billion of green subsidies in the U.S. […]

India, U.S. Establish New Trade Group to Bolster Supply Chains

India and the United States have established a new working group to build sustainable supply chains and boost bilateral trade, the governments said in a joint statement on Thursday. The working group will initially focus on trade facilitation, digitization of customs procedures, issues related to sustainable finance and the scaling up of innovative clean technologies, […]

U.S. Ready to Explore Next Phases of Trade Relationship with Africa, Ustr Tai Says

U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai said on Monday that her agency is preparing to sign a memorandum of understanding with African Continental Free Trade Area countries to explore work on the next phases of the U.S.-African trade relationship. Tai said at the Semafor Africa Summit that she sees opportunities to improve the longstanding African Growth […]