Tag: trade war
Huawei users, fret not. The smartphone company will continue to provide security updates and services.
Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary says President Rodrigo Duterte prefers China’s offer of loans and investments over the US's murkier stance.
The ongoing trade clash between Beijing and Washington is 'not good for business', a survey of European firms in China has found.
China's senior diplomat Wang Yi says China is still willing to resolve differences through negotiations, but they should be on an equal footing.
Lending active businesses key in negating effects of US-China trade war, says finance minister.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the BDI urge that Europe not be dragged down into the trade dispute between US and China.
China says the Huawei ban by the US could hurt trade talks.
Following reports that US President Donald Trump would hold off on imposing tariffs on imported cars and parts, Wall Street's outlook turned positive and eased slowdown fears after discouraging economic data.
JLR’s China sales fell more than a third in the nine months through December and have continued to slide.
US President Donald Trump insists he will not sign onto any deal unless it is a good one.
A trade war with the US has resulted in China's economy showing further signs of weakness, shown by the slowest growth in retail sales for 16 years.
China’s economy lost steam in April after a rebound in March, even before President Donald Trump’s latest tariff increase arrived to further darken the outlook.
US President Donald Trump says a trade deal with China will happen at the right time.
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China imports almost four times less than it exports to the US, and Beijing already levies punitive charges on almost all US goods arriving in China.
A total of 5,140 US products will be subject to various tariff rates starting June 1, the finance ministry said in a statement.
The president's denial that US consumers would be affected by the spike in tariffs ran counter to the words of his own economic adviser.
Beijing has vowed to respond to the latest US tariffs, but has announced no details yet.
Washington and Beijing are locked in a trade battle that has seen mounting tariffs, sparking fears the dispute will damage the global economy.
China's Vice Premier Liu He also said he was optimistic about China's economy in the longer term.
An analyst estimates the higher tariffs could shave 0.2 percentage points from US gross domestic product growth this year.
While China reaps growing benefits from its neighbours, most of the rest of Asia faces a negative net stimulus from it.
US Customs and Border Protection imposed the new 25% duty on affected US-bound cargoes leaving China after 12:01am on Friday.
The list of consumer items that China has a near stranglehold on is pretty comprehensive.