A cargo ship berthed at Qingdao port in Shandong, China. Agence France-Presse
South Korea’s exports in May fell more than expected and for a sixth consecutive month from a year earlier, official data showed on Saturday, as expanding trade friction between the major economies darkened the prospects.
Taiwan’s export orders contracted for an eighth straight month in June, with global companies increasingly hesitant to make new investments in machinery as the China-US trade war wears on.
Japan’s exports likely fell for an eighth straight month in July, a Reuters poll showed on Friday, as a protracted US-China trade war and weak global demand hurt shipments from the world’s third-largest economy.
China wants to reach an initial trade deal with the United States, President Xi Jinping said on Friday, but is “not afraid” to fight back when necessary and will enact economic reforms at its own pace.
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