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American farmers aren't celebrating just yet, as they seek concrete information on the United States' tentative trade deal with China
China's imports dive 8.5% while exports drop 3.2% in September 2019, amid its trade war with the United States
Analysts say the initial trade agreement between the United States and China will take weeks to finalize and the details remain unclear
The atmosphere surrounding the talks is acrimonious and shifting rapidly, with one news report overnight saying Chinese officials could cut short their visit
(UPDATED) US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tweets: 'China must end its draconian surveillance and repression, release all those arbitrarily detained and cease its coercion of Chinese Muslims abroad'
As the US-China trade war drags on, a Chinese commerce ministry spokesman says he hopes the two sides could 'create beneficial conditions for cooperation'
The announcement is the latest in a series of appeasement measures between the world's two biggest economies
(UPDATED) This marks the first time China has announced products to be excluded from tariffs, as its trade war with the United States continues
South Korea accuses Japan of violating World Trade Organization principles
A phone accessories manufacturer, for instance, sets up in the Philippines, Taiwan, and Vietnam due to the United States-China trade war
(UPDATED) The news will be seen as a sign of optimism in a trade war that has weighed on the global economy and stock markets while also shaking diplomatic relations between the two powers
The United States trade gap narrows by 2.7% to $54 billion in July 2019, the largest drop in 5 months
US President Donald Trump claims Chinese negotiators may be holding out for a better deal in hopes he will be voted out in the 2020 presidential elections
'These American tariffs seriously violate the consensus reached by the leaders of our two countries in Osaka,' Beijing's commerce ministry says, referring to trade discussions in the Japanese city in June
More than $250 billion worth of China's $540 billion in exports to the US are already subject to tariffs
'We believe that the issue that should really be discussed is canceling further tariffs on $550 billion of Chinese goods, and preventing the trade war from continuing to escalate,' says China's Gao Feng
(UPDATED) 'China called last night...said let's get back to the table. So we'll be getting back to the table,' says President Donald Trump, adding that 'they want to make a deal'
(UPDATED) United States President Donald Trump and his fellow G7 leaders will meet in France as wildfires rage in the Amazon rainforest and trade tensions heat up
China retaliates and takes action against $75 billion in American goods, while the United States fires back again by increasing tariffs on $550 billion in Chinese products
(UPDATED) Beijing says it will also reimpose a 25% tariff on US autos and a 5% tariff on auto parts starting December 15
A tweet by the US president appears to link a trade deal with Beijing to the resolution of a standoff with Hong Kong pro-democracy supporters
South Korea creates a new category for countries that have signed the world's top 4 export control agreements but 'violate international norms.' It places Japan alone in that category.
'We'll see whether or not we keep our meeting in September,' says President Donald Trump
The new rules are part of a sweeping effort by President Donald Trump's administration to restrict Huawei, which officials claim is linked to Chinese intelligence
US President Donald Trump says other countries are clamoring to reach trade deals with the US following the tariffs imposed on China
'Slapping on tariffs is definitely not a constructive way to resolve economic and trade frictions, it's not the correct way,' says Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi
This time the US leader says Beijing was supposed to start buying US agricultural products but they have shown 'no signs that they are doing so'
The US actions have created some 'disturbances' but overall it has been 'controllable,' said Liang Hua, Huawei's chairman
The Shanghai meetings will be the first face-to-face discussions since negotiations collapsed after US President Donald Trump accused China of withdrawing from its commitments
The ongoing tussle between the two firms comes as Beijing and Washington face off in a trade war in which both sides have exchanged steep tariffs on hundreds of billions of exports
The dialogue in Shanghai will be the first face-to-face meetings since negotiations collapsed in May after President Donald Trump accused Beijing of reneging on its commitments
Chinese state media outlets report that the importers are acting 'according to the needs of the domestic market'
China will remove shareholding limits on foreign ownership of securities, insurance and fund management firms in 2020
'If the two sides can reach an agreement, the tariffs imposed must be completely eliminated. China's attitude toward this is clear and consistent,' says Chinese commerce ministry spokesman Gao Feng
'From an investor's point of view, here is all you have to know: Talks are back on track with the work that has been done to date,' says trade advisor Peter Navarro
Philippine officials are seeing the silver lining in the US-China trade war and are building the necessary infrastructure to reap the benefits
China's statement comes a day before US President Donald Trump is to meet his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Japan in an attempt to resolve an escalating trade war
(3rd UPDATE) Host Shinzo Abe, the Japanese prime minister, appeals for unity among bickering world leaders, with the long-running trade row between China and the United States threatening to overshadow the event
'You have another $325 billion that I haven't taxed yet – it's ripe for taxing, for putting tariffs on,' says US President Donald Trump
'ASEAN should be prepared and have better trading performance with other countries not involved in the US-China trade issue,' says Philippine trade chief Ramon Lopez
Donald Trump says the leaders had a 'good' conversation, while Xi Jinping says the countries have more to gain by cooperating than by engaging in a protracted battle
Asked if a failure by Xi Jinping to come to the G20 summit would lead to tariffs kicking in on a further $300 billion in Chinese imports, Donald Trump tells CNBC television: 'Yes it would.'
IMF chief Christine Lagarde says trade conflicts pose the 'principal threat' to the global economic outlook
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde describes the United States and China's tit-for-tat tariffs as 'self-inflicted wounds that must be avoided'
The US tariffs on Chinese goods are an 'immediate relief' for American garlic and honey farmers who struggle to compete with cheap exports
The greatest danger on the horizon is the prospect of worsening trade clashes between major world economies
If we can quickly lower the costs of doing business, beef up our competitiveness, and promote enough export-oriented manufacturers, the US-China trade war could turn into a blessing in disguise
The Chinese education ministry says students applying to US universities should brace themselves for visa troubles and 'strengthen risk assessment...and make relevant preparations'
The International Air Transport Association revises its 2019 collective net profit outlook down to $28 billion, as the US-China trade war escalates and costs go up
'China does not want a trade war, but it is not afraid of one and will fight one if necessary' says the Chinese government in a white paper