After threatening to ignite a trade war against China for months, the Donald Trump administration imposed additional tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods on July 6.
China rejects accusations of manipulating the yuan to give its exporters an edge.
European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker heads to Washington.
China’s GDP growth reaches 6.8 percent year-on-year in the first half of this year.
The steady flow of deals on day two of the Farnborough Airshow underscores resilience to rising global trade tensions.
China says its economic growth slowed slightly in the second quarter.
Some US manufacturers are delaying investments as Trump escalates trade wars.
China could open its economy if it so wished, European Commission President says.
Trump administration raises the stakes in its trade dispute with China.
The trade war between China and the US began on July 6. China announced that its countermeasures against US protectionist tariffs took effect at noon.
Is the world on the eve of chaos? It appears so. The global trade war that US President Donald Trump threatens has become increasingly likely.
American tariffs on Chinese goods worth tens of billions of dollars are due to take effect.
The world is fragmenting. Uncertainties and risks are ascending and people are increasingly anxious about their future.
US farmers and aircraft manufacturers may soon lose their share in the emerging Chinese market due to Donald Trump’s trade frictions with EU member states and Beijing.
Beijing has a more immediate worry – jitters that could fuel anger at government policy.
A year of “vintage” economic growth could be undone by rising protectionism.
On June 1, President Donald Trump launched the opening salvo of a trade war by unilaterally imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum imported into the country from the European Union (EU), Canada and Mexico.
Even if a trade war does not eventuate, the world will witness an investment war which could potentially damage the global economy to a great extent.
PM asks for a study surrounding trade wars to prevent impact on Cambodia.
The Trump administration’s introduction of sweeping import tariffs on steel and aluminum raises the real possibility of a global trade war.
US President Donald Trump has requested the US Trade Representative (USTR) to identify a new list of $200 billion of Chinese goods for slapping additional 10 percent tariffs.
The Trump administration announced tariffs on Chinese high-tech and industrial imports worth of $50 billion.
The G7 summit ends in farce and a renewed threat of global trade war.
China has pledged to buy more US goods to reduce America’s huge trade deficit.
Washington and Beijing have agreed to abandon any trade war.
Top US and Chinese officials kick off crucial trade talks in Beijing.
Manufacturing activity remained relatively solid in major Asian economies such as China and Japan in April.
China says it would further open its financial markets to cool economic tensions.
Xi Jinping promised to open the country’s economy further and lower import tariffs.
Wall Street rebounded from last week’s trade tariff driven selloff to open higher on Monday.