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The U.S. and China remain deadlocked on key issues blocking the path toward a trade agreement, according to multiple reports published on Thursday as representatives for the two countries meet in Beijing.
The trade deal U.S. negotiators are seeking will have some teeth in case China goes back on its trade promises, The New York Times reported.
Citigroup details three scenarios that investors may have to grapple with depending on how the trade talks progress this month.
Eunice Yoon reports on the latest efforts by US and Chinese officials to reach a trade deal by March 1.
Kayla Tausche reports that the US and China are saying they’ve made significant progress on reaching a trade deal by March 1.
As Eunice Yoon reports, China’s manufacturing sector sank for the second month in a row amid falling profits and uncertainty over tariffs.
As China and the U.S. near a trade war, both nations bring different weapons to the table. For the U.S., it’s direct tariffs on the plethora of goods it imports, while for China the calculus is a little different.
Eunice Yoon reports that Chinese e-commerce company JD.com saw record sales from its mid-year shopping festival.
Phil LeBeau reports highlight from the Beijing Auto Show.
China’s ZTE said that a U.S. ban on exports to the technology firm could threaten its survival and adversely affect American companies. Eunice Yoon reports.
If Beijing relaxes foreign ownership limit in its auto industry, international companies may seek greater or full control of their ventures in China — a move that would hurt their local partners, analysts at Daiwa Capital Markets said.
Eunice Yoon reports on the Chinese Commerce Ministry’s response to the Trump administration’s latest $100 billion tariff threat.
Kayla Tausche reports on the Trump administration’s announcement that it would impose more tariffs on China.
Jane Wells reports on China targeting the U.S. pork industry with tariffs on imported meat.
Economists say China’s new central banker signals the country’s focus on economic reforms and the need to get its debt under control.