Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement has some apparent implementation challenges.
The U.K. is now in the unenviable position of having to negotiate multiple trade deals following Brexit. Here's why it should start with Canada.
How the public ranks different post-Brexit trade partners and which sections of the economy they prioritise.
Public opinion is likely to pose an additional constraint to Boris Johnson's attempts to strike post-Brexit trade deals.
Scholars explain important moments in the Democratic presidential debate on Dec. 19.
Real Christmas trees may be in short supply this year thanks to the 2008 economic downturn, climate change and insect infestations.
Kenya and Djibouti are building a more secure and sustainable domestic maritime sector.
The United States may violate the World Trade Organisation rules if it punishes South Africa for adopting a new copyright bill, explain two US trade experts.
The US and China have reportedly agreed on a partial deal to ease tensions in the two-year old trade war. Does that mean it's almost over? Fat chance, an economist says.
A large free trade area could hinder the development of manufacturing, which countries need for economic growth.
Stricter policing at the border does not address the root causes of Nigeria's smuggling issue.
Health care, immigration and trade have been hot topics during the campaign and are likely to come up during the fifth Democratic debate.
Malawi must change its diplomatic approach and align its national interests with Mozambique's
Justin Trudeau's government should assemble a strong, non-partisan China team led by the West to build a uniquely Canadian Asia strategy, with China at its core.
The UK has signed 15 trade agreements, covering 46 countries. Most fail to cover human rights issues.
Efforts to increase trade within the continent are being undermined from the start
The US is still a major world power and world leaders need to keep in Donald Trump's good books.
South Africa's independent regulators have failed. Instead of introducing new ones, alternatives need to be found.
Given that some states are being asked to increase their presence in border and remote areas, free trade and free movement of goods and people could become a real cause for concern.
Historical grievances, domestic politics, the US-China trade war and a looming global recession are all at play.