Tag: Chinese imports

Activity, Trading

US companies are increasingly interested in China’s big import event despite trade war

July 29, 2019


BEIJING — American companies remain keen on tapping business opportunities in China, despite the trade tensions between the two countries. More U.S. companies than last year plan to participate in this November’s China International Import Expo, Ren Hongbin, assistant minister […]

Capital and Risk, Macroeconomic

Trump says a US-China trade deal is possible, but he’s ‘happy where we are now’

June 26, 2019


President Donald Trump expressed optimism Wednesday for a trade deal with China but said he’s happy with the way things are going and is still considering putting tariffs on all Chinese imports. The president, in an interview with Fox Business, […]

Activity, Trading

Donald Trump ramps up tariffs on China, escalating the high-stakes trade war

May 10, 2019

Via: Daily Finance

President Donald Trump on Friday more than doubled the tariff rate on roughly $200 billion worth of Chinese imports, a move that sets the stage for retaliation from Beijing and that significantly raises the stakes in a yearlong trade war […]

Capital and Risk, Macroeconomic

US trade deficit rises more than expected in October and is now up 10% for 2018

November 2, 2018


The U.S. goods and services deficit increased more than expected in September amid escalating tensions with its global trading partners. The shortfall rose to $54 billion for the month, a 1.3 percent increase, or $700 million, from August and reflective […]

Activity, Trading

European stocks fall as Trump threatens China with tariffs on all $500 billion in goods to U.S.

July 20, 2018

Via: Market Watch

European stocks fell Friday, with auto and bank shares among those losing ground as U.S. President Donald Trump threatened a significant expansion in tariffs on Chinese imports, underscoring concerns that a global trade war will crimp global economic growth and […]