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New U.S., China tariffs set to take effect, no compromise in sight

The United States and China are set to impose new tit-for-tat tariffs against each other's goods on Monday, the latest escalation in a heated trade war between the world's two largest economies.
Reuters Also reported by •DNA

US-China trade talks hit a roadblock


newKerala.com Also reported by •Sify

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US-China Trade Talks Stall Amid Tariff Standoff [Video]US-China Trade Talks Stall Amid Tariff Standoff

CNN reports that negotiations between the United States and China have stalled. This after President Donald Trump ordered new tariffs on Chinese goods. Senior US officials, led by Treasury Secretary..

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China Cancels Latest Round Of Trade Talks With The US [Video]China Cancels Latest Round Of Trade Talks With The US

According to Business Insider, China has scrapped upcoming trade talks with the United States. A mid-level delegation was due to travel to Washington DC ahead of vice-premier Liu He's visit, but the..

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WSJ: China Calls Off Trade Talks With US After Trump Announced New Tariffs [Video]WSJ: China Calls Off Trade Talks With US After Trump Announced New Tariffs

The Wall Street Journal reported Friday that China canceled high-level trade talks with the US amid escalating trade tensions.

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China's Ma reverses U.S. job plan due to trade war [Video]China's Ma reverses U.S. job plan due to trade war

Alibaba Chairman Jack Ma said his Chinese e-commerce giant no longer plans to create one million jobs in the United States due to the U.S.-China trade conflict started by U.S. President Donald Trump,..

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This Is a Long Game for U.S. and China, Says State Street's Evans [Video]This Is a Long Game for U.S. and China, Says State Street's Evans

Sep.18 -- Dwyfor Evans, head of APAC macro strategy and managing director at State Street Global Markets, discusses the current state of markets amid the escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and..

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Alibaba CEO Says US-China Trade War Could Last for Decades [Video]Alibaba CEO Says US-China Trade War Could Last for Decades

Alibaba CEO Says US-China Trade War Could Last for Decades Jack Ma thinks China and the United States' trade war is going to last longer and have a bigger impact than most people think. China’s..

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US-China trade war may not hit India's S-400 deal

India and Russia signed an agreement in 2016 to buy the 'Triumf' S-400 missile system in 2016 but the US law CAATSA (Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act) could be a hurdle.
DNA

U.S., China diplomatic efforts overlap in Dominican Republic

China's most senior envoy arrived in the Dominican Republic on Thursday to inaugurate a new embassy after the country cut ties with Taiwan, as the U.S. ambassador there urged countries to make..
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How China can help India's farmers

India urged China to drop its 7-year-long ban on rapeseed meal import. China banned the import of rapeseed meal — a protein source for livestock — in 2011 citing low quality. India is also hoping..
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India's rapeseed, soybean farmers can reap benefits from US-China trade war

India urged China to drop its 7-year-long ban on rapeseed meal import. China banned the import of rapeseed meal — a protein source for livestock — in 2011 citing low quality. India is also hoping..
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US-China trade war fallout: Jack Ma says Alibaba can no longer meet its promise to create 1 million jobs in America

Ma has already warned that the trade war between the world's two largest economies could last decades and that China should focus exports on the "Silk Road" trade route
Firstpost

WTO possible without the U.S.; trade spat between U.S., China could escalate: WTO chief

It would be possible to have a global trade dispute resolution body without the United States, but it's unclear whether Washington would favor such an organization, the director-general of the World..
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US-China trade war could last for 20 years: Jack Ma


newKerala.com Also reported by •Sify

Jack Ma says US-China trade friction could last 20 years, Chinese businesses may move production to other countries

Ma said trade tensions would likely impact Chinese and foreign companies immediately and negatively
Firstpost

Alibaba's Jack Ma says US-China trade friction could last 20 years

Ma was speaking at an Alibaba investor conference hours after Washington said it would impose duties on an extra $200 billion worth of Chinese imports, drawing a warning from Beijing that it would..
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Jack Ma makes a grim prediction about US-China trade war

He made the comments at the company's investor day conference in Hangzhou on Monday, just a few hours before the Donald Trump administration slapped 10% tariffs on Chinese goods amounting to USD 200..
DNA

US-China Trade war: Beijing strikes back at Donald Trump with tariffs on $60 billion worth of US goods

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Rupee struggles: RBI will have to raise interest rates at least two more times to shore up currency, say investors

The rupee has been punished for the country's widening trade gap and swept into the broader emerging market turmoil caused by rising US interest rates and an escalating US-China trade conflict. It is..
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