Tag: US tariffs
Germany Foreign Minister Heiko Maas says European Union ‘will have to react’.
Two-fifths of components making up an Airbus jet comes from American suppliers.
President Trump hails the decision, calling it a 'big win' for the US amid a 15-year-old battle.
A new round of US tariffs on some Chinese goods is scheduled to take effect on Sunday, threatening to escalate an already bitter trade war.
As US President Donald Trump wages a trade war and promises more tariffs against China, Apple's contract manufacturers get caught in the middle of the crossfire.
US shoppers are likely to see fewer new items in stores during the holiday season as retailers limit purchasing to reduce stock toward normal levels.
The standstill coincides with mixed messages from Trump in the US-China trade war, which have dimmed hopes for prompt decisions on license applications to sell to Huawei.
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 two sides enjoy close ties but US President Donald Trump has frequently claimed that Tokyo has an unfair advantage in bilateral trade.
The US will not win the trade war because of the plight faced by its farmers and businesses, according to China's People's Daily.
President Trump has called on American companies to make their own products at home rather than rely on China.
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.
The year-long trade war between the world's two largest economies has roiled financial markets and shaken the global economy.
US President Donald Trump's fresh threat was made in retaliation for Paris imposing a sales tax on US-based tech giants like Google, Facebook and Apple.
China says it hopes the United States will stop its wrong tariff action, adding that any new tariffs would lead to escalation.
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.
The litigation in Texas involves Huawei’s ability to sell equipment into the US market and is separate from the US government’s blacklisting of Huawei.
US farmers are facing a tough year and worry about their future, yet some still trust President Donald Trump.
Global share markets and equities rallied, government bonds and the yen pulled back, but worries over the US-China trade conflict and other political and economic turmoil remain.
Huawei unveils a new smart television, the first product to use its own HarmonyOS operating system.
In an intensifying trade war, US tariffs on China imports could take a huge toll on its economic growth.
The first version of the OS would be launched later this year in its smart screen products, says Huawei.
Gold rallies to hit a six-year high.
About 20 minutes into trading, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down about 500 points, or 1.9%, at 25,983.81.