Trump Says He Would Meet Xi Again, Hails China Soybean Purchases
Trump administration is facing growing bipartisan calls from Congress to prosecute a broader case against Huawei.
China, Cars and Congress: Three Risks to the 2019 Trade Outlook
The U.S.’s monthly deficit in goods and services with the world reached its highest level in a decade in October.
Tariffs Aren’t Trump’s Only Trade War Weapon
Trump’s comments can send markets soaring, before investors realize the president’s claims of success may have been exaggerated.
Donald Trump’s top economic adviser said the White House doesn’t yet have a deal with China to reduce tariffs.
China imposed a retaliatory 25 percent tariff on imports of cars from the U.S. over the summer in response to Trump’s own tariffs.
Trump and Xi's Truce Risks Extending, Not Ending the Trade War
Trump said he is very close to “doing something” with China ahead of a planned meeting Saturday with President Xi Jinping.
A ceasefire that leads to negotiations and a frozen conflict.
Trump pointed to a longstanding U.S. tariff on imported pickup trucks that has helped U.S.-based automakers dominate that market.
U.S. in fragile coalition with EU and Japan over China.
EU Denies Report of Meeting to Head Off U.S. Car-Import Tariffs
Trump just dropped a rhetorical bomb on May’s efforts to get a Brexit agreement through parliament.
New Obstacles Arise for the New Nafta
Trump is due to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of G-20 summit next week.
The commitments for now fall short of the type of major structural reforms that President Donald Trump has been demanding.
Trump told reporters Friday that the Chinese response was largely complete but was missing four or five big issues.
US and China are discussing the agenda for the meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit taking place at the end of November.
The U.S. Is Playing Catch-Up With Rivals as Globalization Marches On