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Trump’s on Trial While in Iran, Fallout is Fierce: Weekend Reads
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Germany Breaks Korea’s Six-Year Streak as Most Innovative Nation
The Commerzbank AG headquarters, second left, and the Deutsche Bank AG twin towers, right, stand illuminated with other skyscrapers in the financial district in Frankfurt, Germany, on Monday, Jan. 13,
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The U.S. trade war slowed China’s 2019 economic growth to its weakest pace in nearly 30 years
China's economy last year grew at its weakest pace since 1990, and the birth rate fell to the lowest level since 1961.
Xi’s Wider Fight With U.S. Only Just Beginning After Trade Deal
In a letter read out during Wednesday’s trade deal signing at the White House, Chinese leader Xi Jinping asked U.S. President Donald Trump to take steps to “enhance mutual trust and cooperation
Trump Uses Trade Wins as Shelter From Impeachment Storm
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Tariffs Become New Normal as Trump Moves to Next China Demands
Donald Trump speaks during a signing ceremony for the U.S.-China "phase-one" trade agreement in Washington, on Jan. 15.
‘Unrealistically high:’ Experts doubt China can fulfill its targets in ‘Phase One’ of the U.S. trade deal
China has committed to buying more U.S. goods, but there may not be enough market demand.
U.S.-China Trade Deal Reality Check: What’s New, What’s Unclear
The Uneasy Truce of Trump’s Trade Deal with China
John Cassidy writes about the trade agreement that was signed on January 15th between the United States and China, and to what extent it will change the trade relationship between the two countries.
China’s State TV Gives Trump Live Airtime for Trade Deal Signing
U.S. President Donald Trump’s remarks at the signing of the phase one trade deal were given almost 20 minutes of live airtime on Chinese state television, beaming him across the nation in the middle
‘Semi-Truce’ Trade Deal Roils Markets From Stocks to Soybeans
The U.S. and China signed a partial trade deal that confirms a cease-fire in the spat that has roiled financial markets for three years.
Tom Steyer: I Would Not Use Tariffs as Leverage on Climate Change with China
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Billionaire left-wing donor-turned-candidate Tom Steyer told Breitbart News in the spin room after Tuesday evening's Democrat debate that he would not use tariffs on China to force
The $95 Billion Centerpiece of the Trade Deal Is Already In Doubt
China has pledged to buy almost $95 billion worth of additional U.S. commodities as part of a phase one trade deal. The market is not so sure.
China Agrees to Buy Rare Earths That U.S. Doesn’t Have to Give
The phase one trade deal that lists the items China agreed to buy more from the U.S. includes rare earths that are already in short supply in the North American nation.
Trade Truce Offers Farm Relief But How Much Is Still Unclear
President Donald Trump’s phase-one trade deal with China offers the promise of more overseas sales for American farmers, but the impact of the agreement remains unclear.
China to Buy $52 Billion of Additional U.S. Energy Products
China agreed to buy $52.4 billion of additional U.S. energy products as part of a landmark trade deal signed by the world’s two top economic superpowers.
U.S. and China Sign Phase One of Trade Deal
The U.S. and China signed what they billed as the first phase of a broader trade pact on Wednesday amid persistent questions over whether President Donald Trump’s efforts to rewrite the economic
Trump Set to Sign ‘Beautiful Monster’ Trade Deal With China
President Donald Trump is poised to sign a deal with China on Wednesday that for the first time would punish Beijing if it fails to deliver on pledges related to its currency, intellectual property
Malaysia Wants to Break Up Big Firms Without Hurting Stocks
Malaysia is considering the merits of having the state control its biggest companies, after moves to break up their dominance in sectors from the Internet to electricity led to declines in Asia’s
Xi Strikes Optimistic Tone After Riding Out Trade War With Trump
With China on the verge of signing a deal with Donald Trump to at least temporarily defuse a nearly two-year trade war, Xi Jinping is projecting confidence.