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US ports are on the front line of Trump’s trade war...

U.S. ports, which handle hundreds of billions of dollars in merchandise each year, will be the first to feel the pain if the Trump administration's trade war begins to slow the global economy.

Normalizing Trade Relations With China Was a Mistake

In 2000, Congress made the fateful decision to extend “permanent normal trade relations,” or PNTR, to China. As the economists Justin Pierce and Peter...

China is refusing to cede ground as US issues trade threats

The long-term battle on trade between the U.S. and China shows no sign of ending as a war of words ensued this week between the two. First,...

Why China’s big meeting will matter for US markets

The Chinese National Congress is set to meet in mid-October, and some predict the session will have wide-reaching implications for global markets and the economy. Discussions around...

China links foil row to future of US trade

The China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association and 12 major aluminum foil producers are preparing to launch a legal challenge to ensure their rights in free trade.

Value of U.S. deals in China sinks on rising trade tensions

U.S. corporate acquisitions in China collapsed to their lowest level for 14 years in the first half of this year, as trade tensions between...

Why China Fears Trump Tax Cuts

 U.S. President Donald Trump's plan to slash business taxes is having a domino effect on a major American economic competitor: China.

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White House trade adviser downplays China concessions: ‘What we must do is hold fast,...

White House trade adviser Peter Navarro on Thursday downplayed China’s positive signals, saying the only acceptable outcome was an ironclad deal for Beijing to end trade abuses. He said China’s gestures,...

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