A US China trade war
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A US China trade war?
What are the prospects of US President Donald Trump’s tough talk on China turning into a trade war?
China stands out as the only major economy that is growing, and with a basically unchallenged government focused on an ambitious long-term development strategy. The 14th Five-Year Plan will be approved at the annual session of China’s National People’s Congress.
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When the editor-in-chief of one of China’s most prominent newspapers last month described new tariffs as President Donald Trump’s “last card”, he could hardly have been more wrong.
US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on 12 June signed a joint statement pledging to work towards denuclearisation and improved relations, following their historic summit in Singapore.
Last week’s US-China trade talks did little to allay fears that this summer will bring a scenario finally worthy of the name “trade war”.