China News

npr | Apr 10, 2018

President Trump recently signed into law an act that encourages high-level U.S. officials to visit Taiwan and vice versa, which angered China amid the ongoing disagreements over the trade. (Image credit: Li Xueren/AP)

Guardian | Apr 10, 2018

In flouting well-established international rules, the US is risking its own prosperity as well as that of the wider world• Liu Xiaoming is the Chinese ambassador to the UKA dark cloud hangs over China and the United States. America has announced successive protectionist tariffs pursuant to its domestic laws, forcing China to take counter-...

Foxnews | Apr 10, 2018

A U.S. aircraft carrier is sailing through the disputed South China Sea in the latest display of America's military might after China built a string of islands with military facilities in the strategic sea it claims almost in its entirety.

Los Angeles Times | Apr 10, 2018

Chinese investment in the U.S. plunged last year amid rising economic tensions between the two nations under the Trump administration. Even before President Trump threatened a barrage of tariffs on Chinese goods, foreign direct investment by China into the U.S. dropped more than a third — to $29...

Los Angeles Times | Apr 10, 2018

Stocks opened sharply higher on Wall Street on Tuesday as investors felt encouraged by conciliatory remarks from China's leader over trade. Automakers and technology stocks posted sizable gains in early trading after President Xi Jinping said he would cut China's auto tariffs and improve intellectual...

Los Angeles Times | Apr 10, 2018

A day after President Trump called aspects of the U.S.-China trade relationship “stupid,” his Chinese counterpart tried a different strategy. He responded on Tuesday with a promise to slash auto tariffs and further open the country’s markets to imports. President Xi Jinping — in his first public...

npr | Apr 10, 2018

The Wall Street Journal quotes U.S. officials as saying China has placed the jamming equipment on a reef in the disputed Spratly Islands.(Image credit: Li Tang/AP)

npr | Apr 10, 2018

As economic tensions rise between China and the U.S., Chinese President Xi Jinping gave a speech Tuesday emphasizing China's commitment to expanding its participation in global trade.

Foxnews | Apr 10, 2018

Australia and New Zealand have warned China against building any military base in the South Pacific after media reports that the Chinese have proposed a permanent stronghold in Vanuatu.

npr | Apr 10, 2018

The Chinese president told a group of investors and regional leaders gathered in Hainan that his country would "significantly" lower tariffs on imported automobiles and other products.(Image credit: Li Xueren/AP)

Time | Apr 10, 2018

It was a conciliatory gesture, though far from surrender. Chinese President Xi Jinping moved Tuesday to dampen the roiling trade dispute with the U.S. by pledging to “significantly lower” tariffs on imported American cars and further open his nation’s markets to foreign investment, thus helping to stave off fears of an escalating trade war prompted by U.S. President...

Guardian | Apr 10, 2018

Chinese president promises to lower import tariffs, easing fears of trade war 7.41am BST Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business.A keynote speech by Chinese president Xi Jinping at the Boao Asian forum overnight has eased some of the concerns about a possible trade war with the US.When a car is sent to the United States from China, there is a Tariff to be paid of 2 1/2%. When a car is sent to China from the United States, there is a Tariff to be paid of 25%. Does that sound like free or fair...

Foxnews | Apr 09, 2018

President Xi Jinping has promised to cut China's auto import tariffs and ease restrictions on foreign ownership in its auto industry amid an escalating tariff spat with Washington.

The Sydney Morning Herald | Apr 09, 2018

Chinese President Xi Jinping has pledged to reduce tariffs on foreign cars sold in China, meeting a key trade demand from US President Donald Trump.

New York Times | Apr 09, 2018

Speaking at a high-profile forum in China, the country’s top leader addressed the growing conflict with the United States over tariffs and trade.

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