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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

09 18, 2021 09:40 AM

Q&A: How One Foreign-Invested Firm Is Doing in China

Revenue is steady, raw materials are dear, inventories are piling up and investment plans have been delayed, a Chinese manufacturer says

09 14, 2021 20:00 PM

Beijing Warns Washington Against Recognizing Name Change of Taiwan’s U.S. Office

Switch to ‘Taiwan Representative Office’ would be a violation of ‘One China’ policy, foreign ministry official says

09 09, 2021 05:13 AM

Energy Insider: China Starts Trial of Clean Power Trading

Fertilizers get a rail transport price break; Three Gorges to shut down manganese unit; domestic flights fall 40% amid Covid-19 resurgence

09 03, 2021 16:05 PM

Trump’s Solar-Panel Tariffs Survive China’s Challenge at WTO

China didn’t establish that Washington’s safeguards against imports of certain crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells are inconsistent with WTO rules, the Geneva-based body said

09 02, 2021 19:18 PM

Caixin Explains: China’s Bottom Lines and Demands for Working With Washington

Beijing lays out three bottom lines and two lists of demands to set the guardrails for bringing China-U.S. relations back on track

09 02, 2021 18:49 PM

Opinion: Why the U.S.-China Trade War Will Ease in the Fourth Quarter

Domestic political and economic necessities will drive both the Biden administration and Beijing to loosen shackles on bilateral trade

08 31, 2021 16:11 PM

Opinion: Crunching the Numbers in a Whole-Earth Balance Sheet

Only a multidimensional and multidisciplinary approach can produce a planetary-wide solution to deal with collective challenges like climate change and pandemics

08 20, 2021 16:45 PM

Kamala Harris Heads to Singapore and Vietnam in Diplomacy Reboot

The White House has gone on the diplomatic offensive in Southeast Asia after years of passive U.S. engagement

08 16, 2021 16:46 PM

Editorial: To Tackle Climate Change, Institutional Mechanisms Must Be Rationalized

Rationalizing institutional mechanisms, especially those for setting appropriate prices, will provide the foundation stone for global best practices

08 14, 2021 18:58 PM

Weekly Must-Read: Chinese Chipmaking Upstarts Race to Rival Nvidia

Raising billions of dollars from investors, Iluvatar CoreX, Biren Technology, MetaX and Moore Threads bet on next-generation chips for AI

08 10, 2021 17:52 PM

Opinion: China Should Beware of EU Dressing Up Trade Protectionism as a Carbon Border Tax

Revenue from developed countries’ carbon tariffs should be used to support low-carbon development of developing countries

08 04, 2021 15:59 PM

China Exporting More Sophisticated Products Despite Trade War, Study Says

The country is ranked 16th globally in terms of the diversity and technological sophistication of its goods, according to Harvard’s Growth Lab

07 30, 2021 07:08 AM

In Depth: Post-Pandemic Recovery Diverges Province by Province across China

Robustness of first-half consumer spending separates winners from losers while burden of new carbon policies falls unevenly

07 23, 2021 09:59 AM

CX Daily: Why Hong Kong Could Gain From China’s Foreign Share-Sale Crackdown

China rejects the WHO plan for further investigation into the origins of Covid-19 in the country

07 22, 2021 18:06 PM

U.S.-China Goods Trade Booms as If Virus, Tariffs Never Happened

Bilateral trade in goods is an area of stability in a relationship that has otherwise continued to deteriorate

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