USTR Pledges Exclusions From Higher China Tariffs If Talks Fail
President Trump’s tweets are fuelling optimism that the two sides are making progress toward an agreement.
Currently being mulled by the White House, this is a move that threatens to unwind decades of global agreements.
EU Trade Chief Will Continue Talks With U.S.'s Lighthizer
Trump will not be allowed more power because Congress has already delegated too much authority, says Senator Toomey.
White House to Roll Out Bill to Expand Trump’s Tariff Powers
“There’s a very good chance that we’ll get a reasonable settlement that China can live with,” the U.S. Commerce Secretary said.
Trump’s administration argues that the long-term gain from a trade war with China justifies any short-term pain
U.S. Stays Mum on China Trade Concessions Ahead of Beijing Talks
The first quarter of 2019 will be pivotal, as the U.S. and China are trying to deescalate a trade war.
Next month’s meeting will be the first face-to-face discussion since the 90-day truce agreed in Argentina.
President Donald Trump reported “big progress” in trade talks with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.
A notice in the Federal Register about a delay in tariff hike is expected to be published on Friday, the people said.
U.S. Presses Ahead on Plan to Limit High-Tech Exports
Trump administration is facing growing bipartisan calls from Congress to prosecute a broader case against Huawei.
Democrats and Republicans have quickly called on Trump to hold the Chinese company accountable.
Trump’s Combative Side Poses Risk as Democrats Hold Key to USMCA
The U.S., Canada and Mexico signed a new deal championed by President Donald Trump to replace the quarter-century-old Nafta pact.
Trump said he is very close to “doing something” with China ahead of a planned meeting Saturday with President Xi Jinping.
Trump’s New Nafta Deal Set for Signing as Tariff Fight Remains
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