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(In Trade)
August 28, 2019

“These tariff rate increases -- some starting as early as Sunday -- come at the worst possible time, right in the middle of the busy holiday shipping period.”


(Daily News)
August 27, 2019

The United States’ $33.8 billion trade surplus with Hong Kong was its largest balance with any trading partner in 2018, but that relationship could be in peril if China’s military moves to quell protests in the city, according to analysts.


(Daily News)
August 26, 2019

Business Roundtable President and CEO Josh Bolten on Sunday called President Trump’s order to U.S. companies to leave China an erroneous implication that decoupling from China would be beneficial for the U.S.


(In Trade)
August 26, 2019

Liu said China was willing to calmly negotiate with the U.S., but did not deviate from Beijing’s position that hopes of an agreement lie with the U.S. acting rationally.


(Daily News)
August 26, 2019

In a series of bilateral meetings on the margins of the G7 leaders’ summit in Biarritz, France, President Trump addressed pressing trade issues with his counterparts, including looming auto tariffs, trade tensions with China and World Trade Organization reform.


(Daily News)
August 23, 2019

The Trump administration announced on Friday that tariffs the U.S. is imposing on China will be ratcheted up five percentage points, raising the 25 percent tariffs on $250 billion worth of Chinese goods to 30 percent and the 10 percent tariffs set to go into effect on Sept. 1 and Dec. 15 to 15 percent.


(Daily News)
August 23, 2019

U.S. exporters and business groups on Friday decried China’s announcement that it will impose tariffs on $75 billion worth of U.S. goods starting next month.


(In Trade)
August 23, 2019

“Our great American companies are hereby ordered to immediately start looking for an alternative to China.”


(Daily News)
August 23, 2019

The Chinese government has announced plans to impose tariffs on $75 billion worth of U.S. goods, including retaliatory tariffs on cars, according to Chinese state-run media.


(Daily News)
August 22, 2019

China will soon release a list of foreign companies that will be subject to tighter trade restrictions, a spokesman from China’s Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday.


(In Trade)
August 22, 2019

The process is expected to take about a year to complete.


(In Trade)
August 20, 2019

The Appellate Body is undermining the ability of the WTO to rein in China’s bad behavior, the U.S. argues.


(Daily News)
August 20, 2019

President Trump on Tuesday said he was not concerned with the short-term effects of tariffs the U.S. and China have imposed on each other while also suggesting that he may help the U.S. tech giant Apple, whose products will be hit by the next wave of tariffs.


(In Trade)
August 20, 2019

“It's clear that this decision, made at this particular time, is politically motivated and has nothing to do with national security.”


(In Trade)
August 19, 2019

The trucking industry said the proposed duties would have cost it nearly $750 million over the next decade.


(In Trade)
August 19, 2019

“For the United States to make a deal with China, Beijing needs to honor its commitments, including the commitment China made in 1984 to respect the integrity of Hong Kong’s laws through the Sino-British Joint Declaration.”


(Daily News)
August 19, 2019

The Commerce Department will allow U.S. companies to sell to Chinese telecom giant Huawei for another 90 days even though the company remains on the Bureau of Industry and Security’s Entity List, pushing back a deadline that was seen as key to U.S.-China trade negotiations.


(In Trade)
August 16, 2019

Trump says he thinks the dispute will be ‘fairly short.’


(Daily News)
August 15, 2019

Chinese goods already en route to the U.S. will not be spared from duties slated to take effect on Sept. 1, according to a notice issued on Thursday by the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.


(In Trade)
August 15, 2019

The delegation will deliver a “very strong message” to Chinese leaders, the Chamber's Myron Brilliant said.


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