If China plays the card of the holiday economy to hit back on the US in the trade war, Americans may have an unforgettable Christmas this year with price hikes for Christmas trees, plastic reindeer, glittery wreaths and even Bibles.
Asian equities rise as US delays tariffs on a swathe of Chinese goods.
After the 11th round of trade talks ended inconclusively, the US trade representative solicited domestic opinions on Washington levying tariffs on $300 billion of Chinese products. But a majority of the US enterprises opposed this idea.
The Chinese yuan fell to its lowest level against the dollar since August 2010.
The General Department of Customs and Excise earns $1.4 billion in revenue.
Chinese importers are applying to lift tariffs on some US agricultural imports.
The United States and China agree to restart trade talks.
No sign of duty evasion among Chinese companies operating out of SSEZ: The Ministry of Commerce.
16 companies seek to alternate production bases from China to Southeast Asia.
Boris Johnson says he is prepared to lead Britain out of the EU without a deal.
G20 leaders have a lot of their plate when they meet from Friday in Osaka.
Commerce Ministry: no Chinese companies using SSEZ avoid tariffs.
Investigation after a report claims dodging Trump’s tariffs on Chinese imports.
A Chinese bicycle manufacturer is to relocate some of its production to Cambodia.
India imposes higher tariffs on 28 items imported from the US.
Observers of US-China relations have become increasingly concerned about the current status and future development of this most consequential bilateral relationship. Why has the relationship deteriorated? How can the two powers step out of the dilemma?
Hanoi to crack down on manufacturers illegally using “Made in Vietnam” labels.
China’s exports unexpectedly returned to growth in May despite higher US tariffs.
The European Court of Justice has yet to make a pronouncement regarding tariffs imposed on Cambodian Indica rice.
A threat with tariffs on “at least” another $300 billion worth of Chinese goods.
China and the United States are at a trade stand-off after both countries have implemented hundreds of billions of dollars in tariffs on each other’s goods over the past year.
They have concluded that because the United States needs to protect its relative position on the world stage, China’s standing must be diminished.
Trump’s proposal to slap tariffs on Mexican-made goods will be costly: Toyota.
The trade war is feared to go beyond tariffs and affect business in the long-term.
The US administration may still be gloating over its misguided tariff stance. Yet the movement of the yuan may not be to the liking of the White House since it is likely to offset the tariff impact.
The escalation of tit-for-tat tariffs between the United States and China is now in the danger zone. Surely, reason will ultimately prevail. At least that is the common refrain in the echo chamber, especially in light of the dark history of earlier trade wars.
Mexico is closing in on a deal to repeal Trump’s punitive tariffs on steel.
Trump says the US would impose tariffs on $11 billion of products from the EU.
New US solar installations will grow by 14% this year thanks to lower equipment prices.
Britain said it would eliminate import tariffs on a wide range of goods.