Shawn Donnan

Financial Times

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Shawn Donnan is the world trade editor for the Financial Times.

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During his campaign, Donald Trump called NAFTA "one of the worst trade deals ever made." Yesterday, his staff said he was ready to pull America out.

How would Trump re-negotiate NAFTA, "the worst trade deal ever"?

During his campaign, Donald Trump called NAFTA "one of the worst trade deals ever made." Yesterday, his staff said he was ready to pull America out.

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President Donald Trump held a joint press conference today at the White House with Theresa May.

Do Brexit and America First mean a new world order?

President Donald Trump held a joint press conference today at the White House with Theresa May.

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It's big money even for Apple. A  ruling by the European Union  says it owes $14.5 billion in back taxes for exploiting a loophole in Irish law.

EU orders Apple to pay billions in back taxes

It's big money even for Apple. A ruling by the European Union says it owes $14.5 billion in back taxes for exploiting a loophole in Irish law.

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