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Trump says China tariffs will go 'even higher' without deal

Trump says China tariffs will go 'even higher' without deal

19.11.2019

Trump says China tariffs will go 'even higher' without deal

WASHINGTON (AFP) - President Donald Trump on Tuesday (Nov 19) warned that failure to get a trade deal with China will prompt more tariffs.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

"If we don't make a deal with China, I'll just raise the tariffs even higher," he told reporters at the White House.

Trump's latest tough comment came as markets are watching intensely for signs of progress in the two economic superpowers' attempt to reach a so-called"phase one" partial deal taking the heat out of a growing trade war.

Predictions of a resolution have come and gone repeatedly as Trump veers from hints of imminent deals to declaring his satisfaction with the current standoff, because the United States is pulling in billions of dollars in trade tariffs.

Read more: The Straits Times

China calls on US to 'stop flexing muscles' in South China SeaBANGKOK (REUTERS) - China, during defence talks in Bangkok on Monday (Nov 18), called on the US military to stop flexing its muscles in the South China Sea and to avoid adding 'new uncertainties' over Taiwan, underscoring tensions between the world's two largest economies.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

China calls on U.S. to 'stop flexing muscles' in South China SeaChina on Monday called on the U.S. military to stop flexing its muscles in the South China Sea and to avoid adding 'new uncertainties' over Taiwan, during high-level talks that underscored tension between the world's two largest economies. The remarks by Chinese Defence Minister Wei Fenghe

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US-China tech rivalry is gravest threat to globalisation: Geopolitical analyst Ian BremmerTOKYO - The days of a global order led by the United States are over, regardless of whether President Donald Trump is re-elected next year, geopolitical expert Ian Bremmer said at a forum in Tokyo on Monday (Nov 18).. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Made in China: Samsung farms out more phones to fend off rivalsSamsung's plan to outsource a fifth of its smartphone production to China next year may help it compete with low-cost rivals such as Huawei and Xiaomi but it's a strategy fraught with risks, people with familiar with the move said. Samsung Electronics, which shut its last in-house Chinese smartphone

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