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The Trump administration has been stepping up pressure on China for a more balanced trading relationship, sparking a trade war including protective tariffs by Washington and retaliatory moves from Beijing.

Trump Slaps New Tariffs on $200 Billion of Chinese Goods

With long-threatened new round of tariffs, almost half of China’s annual exports to U.S. will be subject to trade penalties

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05 06, 2021 15:11 PM

Biden Trade Chief Pledges to Build Off Trump’s China Agreement

Removal of tariffs will depend on the outcome of upcoming talks with Chinese officials, Katherine Tai says

04 29, 2021 07:32 AM

China Wants More Steel at Home as Industry Faces Overhaul

World’s largest producer raises taxes for exporters amid campaign to cut output and clean up carbon emissions

04 22, 2021 07:57 AM

Australia Cancels China’s Belt and Road Accord With Victoria

Amid icy relations, Foreign Minister Marise Payne exercises federal authority under new laws to nix states’ foreign deals

04 21, 2021 20:11 PM

China Scraps Some Import Duties to Spur Innovation

Purchases of some equipment and publications are now tax free for research and educational institutions, finance ministry announces

04 19, 2021 22:21 PM

Cover Story: Zhou Xiaochuan on the Challenges of Taxing the Digital Economy

Former central bank chief argues that the burgeoning online economy demands a global taxation solution to prevent trade wars

04 16, 2021 18:33 PM

Opinion: How Asian Nations Can Ensure Region’s Standout Recovery Lasts

Region’s economies must lay a foundation for a more inclusive, greener and resilient region

04 16, 2021 15:04 PM

IMF’s Berger Warns China Tech Decoupling Would Hurt Global Economy

IMF research estimates that technological fragmentation could lead to losses of around 5% of GDP for many countries

03 29, 2021 14:46 PM

China Sets Duties on Australian Wine for Five Years as Ties Sour

Imports will incur anti-dumping levies of between 116.2% and 218.4%

03 26, 2021 14:25 PM

Biden Says China Won’t Be Most Powerful Country on His Watch

American president promises to outspend its rival on innovation and infrastructure to prevent it from overtaking the U.S.

03 19, 2021 18:11 PM

Opinion: What the U.S. Needs to Do to Compete With China

The Biden administration should focus on limiting the trade deficit, building up domestic industry champions and boosting government-sponsored R&D

03 16, 2021 19:05 PM

In Depth: China Forges Steel Colossus. But Will the Pieces Stick Together?

Baowu has grown at a breakneck pace over the last two years through a rapid-fire string of acquisitions, becoming the world’s largest steelmaker last year

03 12, 2021 15:15 PM

Opinion: How Elites Could Respond to Populist Backlash Against Intellectualism Post-Pandemic

Singapore, Switzerland and Germany top a global Elite Quality ranking, while China ranks 12th, just behind Norway

03 12, 2021 14:17 PM

U.S. Imposes New 5G License Limits on Some Huawei Suppliers

The rules create a more explicit prohibition on the export of components like semiconductors, antennas and batteries for the Chinese telecommunication giant’s devices

03 09, 2021 18:26 PM

Wang Tao: China Will Likely Beat Its Modest 2021 GDP Target

This year’s Government Work Report calls for smaller-than-expected fiscal consolidation, gradual monetary policy normalization, while making innovation and self-reliance priorities

03 08, 2021 20:10 PM

Two Sessions 2021: China Plans to Beef Up Laws to Combat Foreign Sanctions

NPC Standing Committee Chairman Li Zhanshu also said the country would ‘make sure patriots govern Hong Kong’

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