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American Business People In China React To Latest Tariff War

NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Jake Parker of the U.S.-China Business Council in Beijing about China's retaliatory tariffs after the Trump administration last week increased tariffs on Chinese goods.
Tags: News, China, Beijing, Npr, Trump, Rachel Martin, U S China Business Council, Jake Parker, American Business People In China

Stocks Surge After Trump Decides To Postpone China Tariff Hike

BEIJING (AP) — China’s stock market surged Monday after President Donald Trump’s decision to postpone a tariff hike on Chinese imports and state media expressed hopes the fight with Washington over Beijing’s technology ambitions can be resolved. Other financial markets in Europe and Asia recorded more modest gains following Trump’s announcement the Washington talks made “substantial progress” toward ending the tariff fight. The conflict has threatened to disrupt global trade and drag on weakenin...
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There's A Truce In The U.S.-China Trade War. What's Been Achieved?

Steve Inskeep talks to Erin Ennis, senior vice president of the U.S.-China Business Council, about the U.S. and China reaching a temporary truce in the ongoing trade war launched earlier this year.
Tags: News, China, Steve Inskeep, U S China Business Council, Erin Ennis

Trump Hits China With Another Round Of Import Tariffs

With President Trump imposing new tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods, China has promised to retaliate. Steve Inskeep talks to Jake Parker of the U.S.-China Business Council about what to expect.
Tags: News, China, Trump, Steve Inskeep, U S China Business Council, Jake Parker

Concerns voiced over US/China trade war

Trade tensions between the U.S. and China are heating up fast and it’s putting broad segments of the U.S. economy at risk, industry experts say. A group of nearly 100 business leaders and city representatives from throughout Southern California met Thursday in Irwindale to discuss the escalating trade war. Hosted by the San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership, the event featured speakers Haiyan Liu, commercial counselor for the Chinese Consulate General in Los Angeles, David Atkinson, senior vic...
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China: US Trade Probe Violates International Rules

BEIJING (AP) — China criticized President Donald Trump’s order for a possible U.S. trade investigation of Beijing’s technology policies as a violation of global rules and said Tuesday it will “resolutely safeguard” Chinese interests. Trade groups for technology companies welcomed Trump’s order Monday but the Chinese Commerce Ministry said it violated the spirit of international trade and Washington’s World Trade Organization commitments. The ministry said Beijing will take “all appropriate measu...
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Chinese State Media Cheer Xi-Trump Meeting, Say Confrontation Not Inevitable

SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese state media on Saturday cheered the meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping as one that showed the world that confrontation between the two powers was not inevitable. The official China Daily newspaper said it was encouraging to see the two-day summit that ended on Friday “going as well as it could” after earlier “confusing signals” from Washington about how it was approaching the U.S.-China relationship. Trump...
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U.S. firms lower China expectations as growth slows, scrutiny rises

U.S. companies, which have led Western investment in China over the last 35 years, are scaling back their expectations and business plans in the face of slowing growth, heightened competition and increased regulatory scrutiny from Beijing. "Clearly, there's moderating optimism," said John Frisbie, president of the U.S.-China Business Council . [Link to media]
Tags: China, Beijing, John Frisbie, U S China Business Council