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(Daily News)
September 26, 2019

Despite an improving regulatory environment in China, U.S. companies in Shanghai are growing increasingly pessimistic about their business prospects due to an economic slowdown and rising trade tensions between the U.S. and China, according to a report issued this month by American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai.


(In Trade)
September 26, 2019

The proposed legislation “would require that the annual revenues from section 201, 232, and 301 tariffs be rebated to those filing in the three lowest tax brackets.”


(Daily News)
September 25, 2019

China has proposed new language on electronic commerce in negotiations at the World Trade Organization, suggesting that members be prevented from limiting or blocking trade in information and communications technology equipment and products -- a proposal that comes after the U.S. imposed such restrictions on Chinese telecom company Huawei.


(In Trade)
September 25, 2019

“Trump’s speech “disregarded the basic facts,” China's Foreign Ministry said in a statement.


(Daily News)
September 24, 2019

President Trump hammered home his message of economic nationalism in a Tuesday speech at the United Nations General Assembly in New York City, bashing globalism, Chinese trading practices and the World Trade Organization.


(In Trade)
September 23, 2019

At the UN, Trump maintains that China is clamoring to strike a deal with the U.S.


(In Trade)
September 23, 2019

“If other countries say ‘well this is just a trading chip in a battle between the United States and China,’ then we lose all credibility.”


(Daily News)
September 20, 2019

The European Union last week rebutted several arguments the U.S. has advanced to defend its Section 301 tariffs on Chinese goods, contending in Geneva that they undermine the World Trade Organization’s dispute settlement system.


(In Trade)
September 20, 2019

“I could leave lots out and have a deal very quickly, but we want to do it right.”


(In Trade)
September 19, 2019

Products exempted include Christmas tree lighting, bicycles, dog leashes and plastic straws.


(In Trade)
September 19, 2019

Sen. Hoeven: “We’re going to need more markets for our farmers and our ranchers and you need not only the good product but you also sell things to us and that’s the way it should be.”


(In Trade)
September 19, 2019

“The bilateral tariff measures introduced by the United States and China since the start of 2018 will continue to exert a significant drag on global activity and trade over the next two years, particularly given the additional uncertainty that they create.”


(In Trade)
September 18, 2019

More than half of the group’s CEO survey respondents said the administration’s trade policies had negatively impacted their companies’ sales.


(In Trade)
September 17, 2019

Trump: “I think there’ll be a deal maybe soon, maybe before the election, or one day after the election. And if it’s after the election, it’ll be a deal like you’ve never seen, it’ll be the greatest deal ever and China knows that. They think I’m going to win.”


(Daily News)
September 17, 2019

With U.S. lobster exports to China down more than 80 percent since June 2018, Massachusetts lawmakers including Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D) are growing increasingly concerned about their state's industry, and asking for help in finding new markets.


(This Week In Trade)
September 16, 2019

Following President Trump’s “goodwill” gesture, U.S. and Chinese trade deputies will convene in Washington, DC, later this week ahead of planned high-level talks next month.


(Daily News)
September 13, 2019

Groups representing the outdoor industry and consumer technology companies incensed by the tariff volleys in the U.S.-China trade spat are calling on Congress to step in and reassert its authority on trade.


(In Trade)
September 13, 2019

“A lot of people are talking about it, and I see a lot of analysts are saying an interim deal, meaning we’ll do pieces of it – the easy ones first. But there’s no easy or hard. There’s a deal or there’s not a deal. But it’s something we would consider, I guess.”


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