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  • US, China negotiators resume trade war talks

    Top US and Chinese negotiators held phone talks on Tuesday as the world’s top two economies seek to resolve their trade war, more than a week after they declared a truce. Talks had broken down in May over US accusations that Beijing had reneged on its commitments, and the dispute escalated with the two sides [
  • Trump announces US-China trade truce, talks to resume

    President Trump and China's Xi Jinping agreed to a cease-fire Saturday in their nations' yearlong trade war, averting — at least for now — an escalation feared by financial markets, businesses and farmers.

  • Trump announces US-China trade truce, talks to resume

    OSAKA, Japan (AP) " President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed to a new cease-fire Saturday in a yearlong trade war during their meeting on the sidelines of a conference in Japan, averting, at least for now, an escalation feared by financial markets and the business community while negotiations continue.Trump said U.S. tariffs in place against Chinese imports will remain, but that new tariffs he's threatened to slap on billions worth of other Chinese goods will not [

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  • US slaps tariffs on Mexican, Chinese steel imports, effective immediately

    The U.S. Commerce Department has decided to once again apply tariffs on fabricated steel imports from Mexico and China. However, the agency decided not to apply tariffs on imported steel from Canada.