Tariffs on European Food Could Expand Under New U.S. Proposal

The Trump administration is considering expanding and raising tariffs on $7.5 billion of imports from the European Union and U.K.

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Egypt Gets $2.77 Billion IMF Loan as Coronavirus Hurts Economy

LONDON—The International Monetary Fund approved Monday a $2.77 billion loan to Egypt in an attempt to prevent economic collapse in

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China’s Tesla Rival NIO Turns to State for Financial Lifeline

SHANGHAI—NIO Inc., the embattled electric-vehicle startup once feted as China’s answer to Tesla Inc., has secured a financial lifeline from

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Silicon Valley Debate: Should Venture-Backed Firms Take Stimulus Money?

Many startups rushed to claim funds from the U.S. government’s small business loan program. Now venture capitalists and startup founders

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Coronavirus, Cash Crunch Send Shock Wave Through China’s EV Startups

SHANGHAI—China’s army of electric-vehicle startups were once positioned to put China at the head of the global EV revolution, but

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Europe’s Fiscal Antidote to Coronavirus Crisis Risks Deepening Economic Gaps

European governments have pledged hundreds of billions of euros to help economies, companies and workers hit by the coronavirus, applying

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WSJ News Exclusive | Musk’s SpaceX Looking to Compete for $16 Billion in Federal Broadband Subsidies

WASHINGTON—Elon Musk’s SpaceX is seeking to qualify for federal subsidies to provide broadband service to rural areas, over the objections

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Trump Administration to Raise Tariffs on EU Aircraft

The Trump administration said Friday it would increase tariffs on aircraft coming from the European Union, as its dispute with the bloc

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After Amazon Deal, New York Lawmakers Reconsider Incentive Programs

A year after Amazon.com Inc. abandoned its plans to build a campus in Queens, state lawmakers who opposed the project

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