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President Trump says he's working with China to save ZTE


President Donald Trump said in a tweet Sunday that he's working to give China's ZTE "a way to get back into business, fast."Jobs in China are at risk,...

EU Commission clears buyout for UTC Rockwell

Howard French, Journal Inquirer |

The European Union Commission has approved Farmington-based United Technologies Corp’s $30 billion planned buyout of aviation systems maker Rockwell Collins, based in Iowa, the commission said.

China plans to hit US with tariffs following Trump trade sanctions


China could slap tariffs on $3 billion worth of US goods in the latest move to increase trade tensions between the two countries.

These American companies could lose in a trade war with China


A trade war with China could be very bad news for some of America's largest companies.Stocks sank Thursday as investors worried about the Trump...

China: We will hit back if US announces new tariffs


Beijing has renewed a warning that it will retaliate if President Donald Trump goes through with plans to slap new tariffs on Chinese goods worth billions of dollars.

Trade fights loom over G20 meeting in Argentina


Frictions over global trade are likely to escalate as finance chiefs of the Group of 20 nations arrive in Buenos Aires on Monday.

China OKs Kaman's K-MAX to fly

Gregory Seay |

China has certified Kaman Corp.'s workhorse K-MAX helicopter to provide its heavy-lift and firefighting capabilities to the world's most populous nation, the Bloomfield aeroparts-industrial power...

Aer Lingus taps $4.5M state subsidy after direct flights miss revenue target

Matt Pilon | 2

During its first year flying to Dublin, Ireland out of Bradley International Airport, Aer Lingus missed its revenue goal, triggering a $4.5 million subsidy from the state, the Hartford Business...

New Britain metalworking family values their CT roots

Gregory Seay |

For three generations, the Karabin family has owned and managed a profitable 70-year-old New Britain metalworks, shaping strands of wire and stamped metal into automotive and industrial springs,...

Survey: Businesses struggle to stay stable, fill vacant posts

Finding stability in the workforce and improving Connecticut's business outlook continued to be a challenge for companies in the fourth quarter of 2017, according to the latest survey compiled by the...

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