The Trump administration in April announced a seven-year ban on U.S. exports to ZTE.
Trump may prioritize a bilateral trade deal with Mexico over Canada.
Treasury, Lawmakers Reach Handshake Deal on Investment Reviews
Republican lawmakers, Treasury Department to reach agreement on legislation that changes Trump’s China policy.
U.S. Hits Back at Allies, China on Metal Tariffs in WTO Dispute
U.S. Commerce Department’s move clears way for ZTE to resume business.
Automakers Bristle at Trump Administration Demand for Sensitive Data
U.S. Poised to Publish $200 Billion China Tariff List
ZTE Corp. took another step toward ending a U.S. ban on the company doing business with American suppliers
The first shot of the U.S.-China trade war went off without much of a reaction from investors.
ZTE Loses Italy Contract Even as U.S. Restrictions Start to Ease
U.S. reconsiders ending seven-year ban on ZTE Corp, allows business to resume temporarily from July 2 to August 1.
U.S. Congress is unlikely to stop deferring to Trump anytime soon, trade experts and lobbyists say.
White House won’t use national-emergency law to penalize China.
Treasury Secretary Mnuchin called the story an ‘exaggeration’.
Navarro Says U.S. Companies Need to Understand China Challenges
Mnuchin urged Trump to reduce trade tensions and take a more conciliatory approach negotiated behind closed doors.
Stocks pared losses after Navarro’s softening of the Trump administration’s trade rhetoric.
Senate Considers Ways to Limit Trump's National-Security Tariffs
The Treasury Department is planning to heighten scrutiny of Chinese investments in sensitive U.S. industries.
Setback for Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s effort to take a less confrontational approach toward Beijing.