It is unfortunate that the US-China trade war has entered a new phase at a time when the global growth itself remains shaky. Indications that negotiations would resume some time
India is targeting companies including Apple, Foxconn and Wistron Corp with a charm offensive aimed at encouraging them to shift business out of trade war-hit China, according to a source and a document seen by Reuters.
Boeing Co said that an aircraft order from China could result from any deal to end a year-long trade war between the world’s two largest economies. Speaking to Reuters at the planemaker’s widebody
Imports of US goods fell 22.5% from a year earlier to $10.3 billion following Chinese tariff hikes and orders to companies to cancel orders, customs data showed Sunday. Exports to the United States, China's biggest market, sank 16% to $44.4 billion.
China and the United States on Thursday agreed to hold high-level talks in early October in Washington, boosting markets as investors
When it comes to international trade, China hasn’t always played by the rules. So the question begs: How do you change that behaviour? Engaging in a trade war by imposing tariffs isn’t ideal.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday that China-US trade problems affect the whole world and that she hopes they will be resolved soon.
With a growing economy at his back and little resistance from Republicans, President Donald Trump has been free to impose tariffs on America’s trading partners with few political repercussions. Yet his protectionist approach — particularly his heavy-handed tactics with China,
A month ago, I declared that President Donald Trump’s trade war against China looked like it might be winding down. I was wrong. Instead of capitulating in exchange for some agricultural purchases and other minor concessions, Trump is doubling down. He’s raising tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports
With US President Donald Trump defending his decision to slap additional levies on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods and China threatening to take counter-measures, the trade war has entered a new phase of turbulence, igniting more anxiety among investors. Though officials from the world’s two biggest economies