The United States seeks to strengthen economic ties with Ethiopia and remains focused on supporting efforts to create a conducive environment for private sector growth.
Traders at Tehran’s Grand Bazaar have become part of a growing list of protests in Iran: the merchants recently closed their shops to object to worsening economic conditions.
The goal of the U.S.-India State and Urban Initiative is to build productive energy partnerships between Indian and America state governments, cities, industry, research institutions, and civil society.
Economic diplomacy has always been central to the State Department’s mission.
Exploitation of the Darknet by transnational organized crime is a growing phenomenon and is a serious threat to all.
Animals are being killed at an unprecedented rate, not at the hands of small-time poachers, but by well-equipped, well-organized, global criminal networks.
U.S. Ambassador Alexander Laskaris, the Deputy Commander for Civil-Military Engagement at United States Africa Command held high-level meetings in Sierra Leone as part of a series of engagements across West Africa.
The Japan-Mongolia-U.S. trilateral meeting provided a means to exchange of views on regional and multilateral cooperation and on mutually beneficial economic development.
Stealing intellectual property is no less of a crime than stealing someone’s wallet or damaging their sale goods
Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced that the U.S. Department of Commerce has imposed a denial of export privileges against Zhongxing Telecommunications Equipment Corporation.
“Like the citizens of your nations,” said Vice President Pence, “the people of the United States seek a future of opportunity and prosperity."
70 years ago this month, the United States implemented the European Recovery Program, better known as the Marshall Plan, in an effort to stabilize war-shattered Europe, and help it restore its industrial and agricultural production.