U.S. diplomats, Congress take aim at China; Trump expects trade deal signing
Wednesday, 16 October 2019 The U.S. State Department and Congress took aim at China on Wednesday, even as President Donald Trump hailed "goodwill" between Washington and Beijing and said he expected to sign the first phase of a trade deal with President Xi Jinping next month.
President Donald Trump said he would not likely sign any trade deal until meeting with the Chinese president. According to Reuters, Trump will meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the APEC Forum in Chile. The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum will be held in Santiago from Nov. 11 to Nov....
The benchmark S&P 500 stock index eked out a slim gain on Tuesday as President Donald Trump said the United States is close to signing an initial trade deal with China but offered no new details about..
President Donald Trump on Tuesday said the United States is close to signing a "phase one" trade deal with China, adding in a speech to the Economic Club of New York he will only accept a deal if it is..
Asian stock markets are in negative territory on Wednesday after a speech by U.S. President Donald Trump at the Economic Club of New York failed to provide any... RTTNews Also reported by •Reuters India
By Stanley White TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks and Wall Street futures fell on Wednesday, as growing worries that U.S.-China trade talks are stalling and... WorldNews Also reported by •Reuters India •RTTNews