Tag: US-China trade tariffs
US President Donald Trump earlier appeared to signal he might be considering a softening of his position in the trade war, which has seen Washington impose steep levies on all Chinese imports.
The question of tariffs is of particular concern for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as he prepares to lead Britain out of the EU with the prospect of a no-deal Brexit.
With the IMF warning that his trade war is slowing global growth and as recession alarm bells ring, US President Donald Trump doubles down on his attacks on the Federal Reserve and on China.
Policymakers are taking bolder steps to bolster their economies as escalating US-China trade tensions threaten to worsen global growth and currency battles roil financial markets.
About 20 minutes into trading, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down about 500 points, or 1.9%, at 25,983.81.
US farmers have been among the biggest victims in the trade war as Chinese buyers shift to other markets for agricultural products amid retaliatory tariffs.
Trump has tweeted that companies won’t face a tariff if they make their goods 'at home in the USA.'
BEIJING: The Chinese government has approved several domestic companies to buy US cotton, corn, sorghum and pork without being subject to hefty retaliatory tariffs,...
2 unnamed former Huawei managers say Huawei required them to enter the data into computer systems that could be accessed from China.
The storage allows Iran to keep pumping and move oil nearer to potential buyers.
Such a move would raise questions of whether Huawei violated American export controls to furnish North Korea with equipment.
Worldwide shipments of personal computers increase in the second quarter, fueled by businesses upgrading to the latest Microsoft Windows software.
Oil edges lower as investors weigh troubling economic data from around the world against Opec’s extension of output cuts into 2020.
Pork wholesale prices are at the lowest for this time of year in a decade thanks to a huge expansion in the American hog herd, which just hit its highest mark since 1943.
US pressure on Huawei increases as Congress votes to cite the Chinese telecommunications gear maker as a security risk ahead of this week’s meeting between Trump and Xi.