China now is clearly on the edge of anger, what will be the final card on the table? Let’s find out.
Talks are always better than no talks. Ultimately, no one really cares who took the first step because the essence of the whole matter is to contain the increasing damages to both economies.
United States Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin sent a proposal to China on September 12, seeking the initiation of a new round of trade […]
It is not hard to find cases where the United States unilaterally imposed pressure on China on issues such as human rights, Tibet or Taiwan. These problems have all ultimately been settled, but never by means of China making one-sided concessions.
With the ongoing trade friction between China and the United States, the Port of Los Angeles has added its voice to those calling for a negotiated settlement rather than imposing tariffs, believing the latter could halt the port’s booming business built up over the past two fiscal years.
The meeting revealed an important signal for the next step in the development of the Chinese economy.
The American people need to hear the truth about U.S.-China trade, instead of Trump’s charges of bad faith. Despite what the president says, trade between our nations is free and fair, and these 10 points explain why.
Time pushes forward, with less than half a year until the U.S. midterm elections this coming November, and a president whose lawyer is currently under an FBI investigation; the Trump administration is in a tussle, not only for its mandate, but also for its survival.
How is China’s GDP doing in the first half? Is the Sino-US trade war damaged China’s economy? Are there any risks and challenges in the H2?
China imposed counter-tariffs on some import products from the United States at 12:01 pm Friday immediately after new US tariffs took effect, the country’s customs authority said.
China’s entry into the international trading system, culminating in 2001 in its accession to the World Trade Organization, was neither quick nor easy.
China’s accession made the WTO worthy its name, as China has expanded the scale of multilateral trading system market, bringing vitality, mutual development, and prosperity to its fellow-members.