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A study by Britain’s Conservative pro-business government has delivered a blunt rebuttal to claims by American oil companies that complying with the Cardin-Lugar anti-corruption measure would be too costly and cause competitive harm.... Read More
President Trump’s historic meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has stirred hopes that there may be a solution to the North Korean threat, even as it raised many questions about the actual substance of the agreement and Pyongyang’s willingness to keep its word.... Read More