The White House has readied an executive order that would stop trade with any country doing business with North Korea

Wednesday, 13 September 2017  (1 week ago)
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin told Fox News anchor Bret Baier on Wednesday that he has drafted an executive order for President Donald Trump that would stop trade with any country doing business with North Korea — including the US' largest trading partner, China.

The draft order comes amid increasing nuclear threats from...

Related Videos


Bloomberg Global Business -   ▶  02:30

Advertisement

Reuters Studio -   ▶  01:14

Recent related news

Advertisement
by Graham Pierrepoint - The United Nations is, generally, seen as a hub for the various countries of the world to come together and to discuss matters at large...
23 hours ago • One News Page Staff
The UN Security Council has unanimously voted to step up sanctions on North Korea in retaliation for the country’s recent sixth and most powerful nuclear test....
1 week ago • Zero Hedge
So much for “American first.” As tensions between the US, its regional allies and North Korea escalate to levels unseen since the end of the Korea war,...
4 days ago • Zero Hedge
After North Korea’s latest nuclear test, scientists are worried that more underground explosions in the isolated country’s rocky north could set the stage...
4 days ago • Zero Hedge
North Korea has threatened to use a nuclear weapon against Japan, as part of a series of threats against the U.S. and its allies in Asia-Pacific. The Korea...
6 days ago • Raw Story
Egypt says it has severed all military ties with North Korea, the latest international response to the regime’s nuclear test and missile launches. And Peru’s...
1 week ago • CNSNews.com

You might like