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Pompeo rips into China as Trump slaps new tariffs on Beijing

US secretary of state urges Asian countries to shun China until it revamps its 'protectionist' and 'predatory' policies.

Trump levels new tariff threat against China if Xi doesn’t meet...

President Trump on Monday threatened to impose large tariffs on $300 billion in imports if Chinese leader Xi Jinping did not meet with him in Japan later this month

China evokes patriotism, past wars as trade conflict with U.S. heats...

The trade war with the United States will only make China stronger and will never bring the country to its knees, the ruling Communist Party’s People’s Daily wrote in a front-page commentary that evoked the patriotic spirit of past wars.

Trump says he will increase tariffs on Chinese goods on Friday...

The two sides have been closing in on a deal expected to include major new purchases of American goods and a Chinese commitment to abandon efforts to steal or coerce U.S. companies into surrendering technology trade secrets.

China Move Toward Lower Duties on U.S. Imports Lifts Auto Stocks

Progress toward easing the steep tariffs China imposed on U.S. vehicle imports this year lifted carmaker stocks across the globe, as investors wagered on a thawing of tensions that have damaged the world’s biggest automotive market.

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.

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US ports are on the front line of Trump’s trade war – and they’re...

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Trump publicly asks China to probe Biden

President Donald Trump has called on China to probe Democrat political rival Joe Biden despite an impeachment inquiry in Congress.

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross: US tariffs pressure China’s ability to create jobs to stave...

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross told CNBC on Monday that U.S. tariffs are hurting China’s economy and Beijing’s ability to create jobs to stave off domestic disorder.

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Normalizing Trade Relations With China Was a Mistake

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