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By Paul Wiseman, Associated Press
The riff of the past week has cast doubt on the conventional wisdom that the world's two biggest economies were edging toward a compromise on trade.
By Associated Press
Tariffs of 5 percent to 25 percent will take effect on June 1 on about 5,200 American products, including batteries, spinach and coffee, the Finance Ministry said.
By Paul Wiseman, Jill Colvin, Zeke Miller, Associated Press
President Donald Trump more than doubled import taxes on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods Friday — the same day that U.S. and Chinese negotiators ended their 11th round of trade talks without reaching an agreement. After the Chinese left…
On Friday, China’s top negotiator left Washington without a trade deal, and President Trump implemented another series of tariffs on Chinese goods. Nick Schifrin talks to the Brookings Institution’s Ryan Hass, former national security staff under President Obama, and American…
By Joe McDonald, Paul Wiseman, Associated Press
After a short session on Friday, the lead Chinese negotiator, Vice Premier Liu He, left the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative about midday, though it was not immediately clear whether talks had ended.
By Joe McDonald, Associated Press
The Trump administration raised duties on $200 billion of Chinese imports to 25 percent from 10 percent.
By Gretchen Frazee
Multiple studies on the effects of tariffs show they can hurt China’s economy, but American consumers and businesses bear much of the cost.
By Stan Choe, Associated Press
Tensions between the world's two largest economies are dragging down stocks from Mumbai to Milan as a deadline of 12:01 a.m. Eastern time Friday approaches, when the U.S. said it would impose more tariffs on Chinese goods.
Beijing gave no details but said it will impose "necessary countermeasures" if the tariff increases Trump has threatened take effect Friday.
U.S. consumers could pay 38 percent to 70 percent more for tomatoes after the U.S. Commerce Department announced it would re-impose anti-dumping duties on Mexican imports, according to Mexico's Economy Department.
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