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President Donald Trump has unloaded on a series of measures that would restrict the sale of US goods to China, saying national security is no “excuse” for disrupting business. Meanwhile, Chinese imports remain penalized.
The US Treasury has removed China from its list of currency manipulator as Washington and Beijing are preparing to sign a large-scale trade deal.
US President Donald Trump has said that Beijing and Washington, which are locked in a bitter trade dispute, will be inking a trade deal “very shortly,” claiming a breakthrough has been achieved in the recent talks.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has warned his US counterpart Donald Trump against meddling into Beijing’s internal affairs, saying that Washington’s actions were harming “mutual trust” and cooperation, such as they are.
US President Donald Trump said that his administration was considering whether to exempt Apple from tariffs imposed on China in an ongoing trade spat.
Contradicting earlier reports that Washington and Beijing had struck a tentative deal to scale back tariffs, hawkish US trade adviser Peter Navarro put a damper on the news, insisting there was no agreement as of yet.
US President Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to celebrate a partial trade deal struck with Beijing, presenting it as the “greatest and biggest deal ever made” for American farmers.
US President Donald Trump is postponing by two weeks the implementation of the latest round of tariffs on $250 billion worth of Chinese goods, after Beijing exempted over a dozen types of US products from its own duties.
As German Chancellor Angela Merkel heads to Beijing with hopes of closing a major trade deal with China, Hong Kong protesters are urging against it, joined by the US ambassador to Berlin who also warns against “business as usual.”