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(Daily News)
June 19, 2018

President Trump’s decision to consider tariffs on an additional $200 billion worth of Chinese goods is a “purely defensive” move by the administration to defend against Beijing’s economic aggression in pursuit of the “crown jewels” of American technology, White House trade adviser Peter Navarro said on Tuesday.


(In Trade)
June 19, 2018

The Commerce Ministry says the U.S. is “imposing extreme pressure and blackmailing” China, “contrary to the consensus the two sides have reached through rounds of consultations.”


(Daily News)
June 18, 2018

President Trump on Monday night upped the ante in his administration’s trade feud with China by ordering U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to identify $200 billion worth of Chinese goods for additional 10 percent tariffs.


(In Trade)
June 18, 2018

The U.S. Aluminum Association announced and lauded new duties on imports.


(In Trade)
June 18, 2018

“The tariffs are aimed at patent-intensive industries that rely on global supply chains, disadvantaging American producers and harming U.S. allies operating in the region.”


(Daily News)
June 18, 2018

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday said he was hopeful that NAFTA “agreements” would be ripe for announcement in the coming weeks, defended President Trump’s use of tariffs and accused Chinese leaders of not being serious when claiming to champion economic openness and globalization.


(Daily News)
June 15, 2018

An amendment to a must-pass defense bill that would prevent the Trump administration from lifting sanctions on Chinese telecom giant ZTE may lead to a battle in Congress after the White House signaled opposition to it this week.


(Daily News)
June 15, 2018

After President Trump declared he was moving forward with tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods, Beijing responded in kind on Friday, announcing equivalent retaliatory levies set to begin to take effect on July 6.


(Daily News)
June 15, 2018

With Section 301 tariffs on roughly $34 billion of Chinese products set to go into effect on July 6, China analysts, former trade officials and outside advisers to the administration are eyeing a new deadline for a negotiated settlement to be reached.


(Daily News)
June 15, 2018

Section 301 tariff plans released by the U.S. on Friday fail to address problematic Chinese intellectual property practices, according to technology industry groups and former trade officials.


(Daily News)
June 15, 2018

President Trump has officially announced 25 percent tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese goods that “contain industrially significant technologies” and promised additional tariffs if Beijing retaliated.


(Daily News)
June 14, 2018

The Trump administration hopes to complete its Section 232 investigation into the national security implications of autos and auto parts imports before voters head to the polls in November, potentially putting Republican lawmakers who oppose tariffs on autos in a precarious position, according to industry sources.


(Daily News)
June 13, 2018

The White House on Wednesday issued a soft warning to Congress against an amendment to a defense bill that would re-impose potentially fatal penalties on Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE and undo a less severe deal it agreed to with the Trump administration earlier this month.


(Daily News)
June 12, 2018

The Agriculture Department's under secretary for trade, Ted McKinney, said on Tuesday that a recent round of negotiations with China yielded some progress on agricultural issues, though more talks were needed.


(In Trade)
June 12, 2018

Navarro also apologizes for saying there's a special place in hell for the Canadian PM.


(Daily News)
June 11, 2018

The Senate on Monday approved an amendment to a defense bill that would keep the Commerce Department from lifting sanctions on Chinese telecom giant ZTE, but another amendment from Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN), requiring congressional approval for the imposition of Section 232 tariffs, still has procedural hurdles to overcome.


(Daily News)
June 11, 2018

Citing “substantial trade interests,” the European Union, China, Malaysia and Thailand have asked to take part in World Trade Organization dispute settlement consultations between Seoul and Washington over U.S. Section 201 measures imposed earlier this year.


(In Trade)
June 11, 2018

“The recognition by G7 countries of aluminium overcapacity driven by China is the right step to address this global problem which is putting immense pressure on workers and producers across the world.”


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