NAFTA talks forced Canada to pick a side in U.S.-China trade war
Saturday, 13 October 2018 () When the Trudeau government agreed to a revised North American free trade deal, the Americans said Canada also joined something else: Donald Trump's trade war on China. In the face of economically-destructive tariffs, staying neutral came at too high a price.
China's vast export engine unexpectedly kicked into higher gear in September, producing a record trade surplus with the United States that could exacerbate the already-heated dispute between Beijing and Washington. Thuy Ong reports.
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China’s total automobile sales dropped by 11.6 percent to 2.39 million units in September, the steepest drop since January 2012, due to slowing economic... OilPrice.com - MarketsAlso reported by •The Age •S.China Morning Post
As the trade war between China and the United States rages on, some in Taiwan see an economic opportunity – a chance for the self-ruled island to make some... S.China Morning Post - Asia-PacificAlso reported by •The Age
President Donald Trump has threatened to deploy the military and close the southern U.S. border if Mexico doesn't halt large groups of migrants headed for the United States from Guatemala, Honduras and..
Reuters reports that on Thursday, President Donald Trump said he would to deploy the U.S. military and close the southern border. This if Mexico did not move to halt large groups of migrants headed for..