Us-China Trade, Trade Tariffs

Us-China Trade, Trade Tariffs

Tariffs may live on as Trump's best bet to enforce a China deal

Tariffs may live on as Trump's best bet to enforce a China deal

2/2/2019 9:41:00 AM

Tariffs may live on as Trump's best bet to enforce a China deal

[WASHINGTON] American tariffs are what got China to the negotiating table in the first place, the Trump administration argues. Those same tariffs may be needed even after a trade deal is reached – to ensure that China sticks to it. Read more at The Business Times.

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Increased optimism on US-China talks: ExpertsThe United States and China are getting closer towards reaching a possible trade deal, and experts said they are increasingly optimistic such an outcome will be reached before the end of the trade war truce on March 1.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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Trump upbeat on China trade talks but wants more access for US firmsU.S. President Donald Trump was upbeat on Thursday about high-level trade talks with Chinese officials in Washington but said no final deal would ...

Trump upbeat on China trade talks but wants broad access for US firmsU.S. President Donald Trump was upbeat on Thursday about high-level trade talks with Chinese officials in Washington but said no final deal would ...

US, China hail major 'progress' in trade talks[WASHINGTON] The United States and China said their trade war negotiations resulted in major progress as the clock ticks on a March deadline to avert a massive escalation of tariffs that could bruise the global economy. Read more at The Business Times.

U.S tariffs will slow GDP growth: Congressional Budget OfficeTariffs imposed by the Trump administration will limit growth of U.S. real gross domestic product by an average of 0.1 percent each year for the ... trump is stupid

US urges release of Chinese lawyer jailed for subversionWASHINGTON: The United States urged China to free prominent human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang on Tuesday (Jan 29) after he was sentenced to four ...

Explainer: Key Issues, implications of US-China trade talksU.S.-China trade talks will reach a pivotal phase this week when Chinese Vice Premier Liu He comes to Washington for negotiations with his U.S.