The US-China trade war might have a ripple effect on trade between China and Asean.
Data released by China’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on Friday showed that the country’s economy grew 6.5 percent year-on-year in the third quarter.
China’s soybean imports are set to drop by a quarter in the last three months of 2018.
Jack Ma says the company cannot create 1 million jobs in the United States.
Most Chinese pig farmers have continued to use high levels of soymeal.
Number of international brands are shifting production away from China, with Cambodia a strong contender to become their next base for the manufacturing of garments and footwear products.
China’s trade surplus with the United States widened to a record in August.
Manufacturing activity took a hit from weak orders in August.
The EU’s biofuel policy was meant to help the climate. Instead it’s been linked to loss of rainforest because of its reliance on palm oil.
China will be happy to have partners as it faces the United States in the emerging global trade war.
Chinese officials have been mostly measured and moderate in their response to Trump.
Cambodia stands to benefit from the ongoing trade spat between the United States and China, with exports of Cambodian travel goods particularly likely to increase as a result of the dispute.
Asean is at crossroads in the wake of a trade war started by US President Donald Trump, with the risk of a boomerang effect on Southeast Asia.
China’s exports surged more than expected in July despite fresh US duties.
Asean member states expressed regional security concerns over the Korean peninsula.
The Foreign Minister said that Asean member states expressed their concerns about the Korean peninsula, South China Sea and US-China trade war which are threatening the regional security.
Chinese state media lambaste US President Donald Trump’s trade policies.
The escalating trade conflict between the US and China is hitting German companies doing business in both countries.
Australian farmers suffer from a second year of drought.
What was at first a trade skirmish – with US President Donald Trump imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum – appears to be quickly morphing into a full-scale trade war with China.
China offers Britain talks on a post-Brexit free trade deal, reaching out to London as Beijing remains mired with trade war.
When Andy Puzder said in an opinion piece for Fox News on Saturday that it was China that had launched a trade war against the United States 18 years ago, he repeated the platitudes often made about China’s trade surplus with the US.
The $12 billion in emergency aid from Trump’s administration is a temporary remedy.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and US President Donald Trump reached a compromise last Wednesday to resolve their trade conflicts.
US President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that the US Department of Agriculture will adopt a $12 billion emergency plan to aid farmers hurt by the trade war.
The Trump administration to use a Great Depression-era programme to help farmers.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has warned US Trump to expect a firm response.
Rising oil prices expected to push up the cost of air travel in 2019.
Brazil and China are poised to take their trade in agricultural goods “to new levels”.
Global finance leaders call for stepped-up dialogue to prevent trade tensions.