Trump’s Early Trade-War Advantage May Be Slipping by the Day
The U.S.-China trade war deepened as Beijing announced retaliatory tariffs on $60 billion of U.S. goods.
Everything you need to know about the trade war ignited by Trump’s tariffs’ levy on steel, aluminium imports.
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Canada has backing of U.S. lawmakers who want a three-way deal.
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U.S. Trade Representative’s will begin consultations with Congress on a trade deal with Europe under Trade Promotion Authority.
President threatens to slap tariffs on additional $267 billion.
Almost 350 individuals from companies, trade associations and other entities testified, with most opposed to the levies.
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Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland is scheduled to meet U.S Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer in Washington.
Seoul agreed to double the number of cars each U.S. automaker can sell in Korea without meeting local safety standards.
Trump wants to move ahead with a plan to impose tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese imports.
U.S. business groups welcomed the signs of progress but made clear that they would oppose any deal that did not include Canada.
Trump said the U.S. is making progress with Canada with Nafta as negotiators stepped up discussions to meet Friday deadline.
U.S., Canadian officials were set to negotiate through night.
Trump said talks with Canada to overhaul the NAFTA are going well, expressing the two countries could reach a deal this week.
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