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Hadley Gamble takes us on a tour of the “new” capital city, which is under development and expected to be roughly the size of Singapore.
China will likely enact its own duties that would hurt U.S. exporters, now that Trump has announced tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, analysts said.
Some manufacturers are taking a second look at the U.S. as China gets more expensive — and many of them are Chinese.
This weekend, hordes of foreign diplomats and business leaders are expected to descend on Beijing for a meeting on the “One Belt, One Road” policy.
Brazil’s economy has fallen further into its worst ever recession, contracting by 3.6 percent in 2016.
Australia, South Korea and Vietnam are looking to improve their ties with China as U.S. tensions with Beijing appear set to rise under President Trump.
“We will also immediately stop the job-killing Trans-Pacific Partnership.” Donald Trump’s victory leaves the fate of the TPP up in the air.