Gov. Mike Pence will have met with every major Japanese employer in central Indiana by the time he returns Sept. 14 from his first overseas trade mission. Pence is trying to drum up new investment while thanking the companies that have had a presence here for decades.
Indiana logistics firms and their manufacturing clients could gain new export opportunities to China if the country follows through on plans to reduce taxes on imported goods.
The top Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said President Barack Obama is missing opportunities to strike closer ties with Brazil, allowing China to steal market share from U.S. companies in Latin America’s biggest economy.
Regulations aimed at stopping invasive species are too stiff.
For years, ethanol fuel derived from corn was almost politically untouchable, thanks to powerful advocates on Capitol Hill.
The ethanol industry has consequently exploded over the last decade, thanks to government subsidies and incentives. But skepticism
about ethanol is rising, prompted by fluctuating food prices and an organized campaign by anti-ethanol advocates to discredit
An improving U.S. economy pushed up demand for imports, but exports rose as well.
Indiana University on April 15-17 will present what might be the most ambitious conference all year on U.S.-China business cooperation.
The Indy Racing League suddenly finds itself at odds with Midwestern farmers over a decision to make a Brazilian consortium
its ethanol supplier starting next year.