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Caroline Stauffer

Brazil's Bolsonaro faces tough choice on U.S. ethanol trade

Aug 14 2020

By Marcelo Teixeira, Stephanie Kelly, Roberto Samora and Caroline Stauffer

Wisconsin governor says he wants to renegotiate Foxconn contract

Apr 17 2019

Wisconsin's governor said on Wednesday he wants to renegotiate the state's contract with Foxconn Technology Group for investment incentives because the Taiwanese company is not expected to reach its job creation goals for the state.

Exclusive: ADM CEO says wrong time for 'monster' acquisitions

Jan 16 2019

CHICAGO U.S. grain merchant Archer Daniels Midland Co (ADM) has looked at buying rivals including Bunge Ltd. and dozens of other companies but decided the time is not right for "monster" acquisitions, the company's chief executive told Reuters.

RPT-G20 sealed landmark deal on WTO reform by ducking 'taboo words'

Dec 03 2018

BUENOS AIRES, Dec 2 Many delegates from the world's 20 largest economies arrived at a summit in Argentina this week determined to clinch an agreement to reform the global trade system, pushed to a breaking point by tensions between the United States and China.

G20 sealed landmark deal on WTO reform by ducking 'taboo words'

Dec 02 2018

BUENOS AIRES Many delegates from the world's 20 largest economies arrived at a summit in Argentina this week determined to clinch an agreement to reform the global trade system, pushed to a breaking point by tensions between the United States and China.

G20 nations agree on reforming WTO: European officials

Dec 01 2018

BUENOS AIRES European officials said that G20 nations had agreed to commit to reforming the World Trade Organization in a preliminary draft of the communique due to be released at the end of a two-day meeting of the bloc on Saturday.

G20 nations agree on reforming WTO - European officials

Dec 01 2018

BUENOS AIRES European officials said that G20 nations had agreed to commit to reforming the World Trade Organization in a preliminary draft of the communique due to be released at the end of a two-day meeting of the bloc on Saturday.

U.S., Canada, Mexico continue brinkmanship on trade deal until signing

Nov 30 2018

BUENOS AIRES, Nov 30 The leaders of Mexico, Canada and the United States were due to sign a North American trade pact on Friday, although brinkmanship over the final details of the deal continued through the eve of the signing.

Special Report: Morales, indigenous icon, loses support among Bolivia's native people

Aug 24 2018

CHARAGUA, Bolivia In 12 years as president of South America's poorest country, Evo Morales has accomplished many of the goals he set forth when he became the first indigenous person to lead Bolivia. | Video

Argentina details IMF goals, says new measures possible

Jun 14 2018

BUENOS AIRES Argentina outlined plans to reduce its fiscal deficit and make the central bank independent in a letter of intent to the International Monetary Fund on Thursday, explaining it could take additional measures to achieve the targets of the $50 billion financing deal.

World News

Biden pointedly asks Putin about cyberattacks at summit

GENEVA (Reuters) -U.S. President Joe Biden asked Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday how he would feel if someone carried out a ransomware attack on Russian oil pipelines, a pointed question during their summit that illustrated the breadth of their disagreements.