The International Monetary Fund is taking a cautious stance toward the policies of U.S. President-elect Donald J. Trump, who takes office this week, assuming only a modest boost to the U.S. economy from his promise of fiscal stimulus.
If excellence is not an act but a habit, the economists and analysts below fit the bill: they've clinched the No. 1 spot in Bloomberg's ranking for their indicator based on two years of consistently close forecasts.
Gerardo Reyes is tired of dealing with middlemen.
"Trying to get my coffee from Guatemala is a long process. … We have to work with ports in New York, New Jersey and Florida," said the owner of the soon-to-open Chikondi Café in Central Falls.
On Oct. 12, Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza and his Guatemala City counterpart signed a sister-city partnership. Mr. Elorza is Guatemalan American, something that the Central American city's leaders hope will be a catalyst to connecting the people …
Rhode Island small businesses interested in increasing exports and looking for assistance are encouraged to apply for State Trade Expansion Program funding through the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Tedco Inc. has been awarded a $150,000 Business Affected by Foreign Trade grant to increase productivity throughout its departments by the New England Trade Adjustment Assistance Center in partnership with the U.S. Economic Development Administration.
Whatever your feelings on the election of Donald J. Trump to be president, there are some issues that must be dealt with that candidate Trump seemed not to appreciate with the required seriousness.
No. 1 on the list is trade. Opposition to …