Trade

China Will Be Forced to Take Necessary Countermeasures – Commerce Ministry Spokesperson

China Will Be Forced to Take Necessary Countermeasures – Commerce Ministry Spokesperson

A spokesperson for China's Ministry of Commerce Wednesday expressed solemn protest against the United States' announcement of a list of tariffs on 200 billion U.S. dollars of Chinese goods.

Jul 11, 2018
Xinhua
[Exclusive] Former French PM Urges China to Push on With Reforms Despite Trump

[Exclusive] Former French PM Urges China to Push on With Reforms Despite Trump

China should forge ahead with economic reforms and opening up in defiance of US President Donald Trump’s protectionist stance on…

Jul 10, 2018
William Clegg
China Takes the Driver's Seat to Market Opening, Offers Long-term Development

China Takes the Driver's Seat to Market Opening, Offers Long-term Development

China Takes the Driver's Seat to Market Opening, Offers Long-term Development. The US has been in the driving seat of…

Jul 10, 2018
Zhang Yugui
German Carmakers to Boost China Output as Tariffs Threaten Competitiveness

German Carmakers to Boost China Output as Tariffs Threaten Competitiveness

US-China Trade Tiff Inspires German Auto Firms to Build More Plants in China, The brewing trade tensions between China and…

Jul 10, 2018
Wu Ziyu
Premier Li Calls for Further Efforts for Stronger China-Germany Trade

Premier Li Calls for Further Efforts for Stronger China-Germany Trade

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Monday said China and Germany need to further explore their potential to improve trade facilitation and expand service trade between the two countries.

Jul 10, 2018
Xinhua
Chinese Academic Dismisses US Claims of Economic Aggression

Chinese Academic Dismisses US Claims of Economic Aggression

A leading Chinese academic has called into question US’ claims that China has engaged in ‘economic aggression’ against the country amid the ongoing trade war.

Jul 9, 2018
Feng Difan
China Partially Lifts Import Ban on Norwegian Lox

China Partially Lifts Import Ban on Norwegian Lox

China has recently lifted the ban on salmon imports from some Norwegian counties, which may contribute to a surge in the…

Jul 9, 2018
Dou Shicong
Business Insiders Say China's New-era Economy is Self-reliant and Robust

Business Insiders Say China's New-era Economy is Self-reliant and Robust

China's new-era economy is self-reliant and robust, and will not be disrupted by China-US trade tensions, said business leaders at Saturday's APEC China CEO forum held in Beijing.

Jul 8, 2018
CGTN
J.P. Morgan: Yuan Fluctuations Within Proper Range

J.P. Morgan: Yuan Fluctuations Within Proper Range

Despite recent fluctuations, the yuan exchange rate is still within a proper range that is in line with China's exchange rate policy, a J.P. Morgan economist has said.

Jul 8, 2018
Xinhua
Economic Watch: US Trade Measures Will Backfire

Economic Watch: US Trade Measures Will Backfire

With additional tariffs on Chinese products worth 34 billion U.S. dollars made effective on Friday, the United States has taken a dangerous step that will take a toll on its own economy.

Jul 7, 2018
Xinhua
Trade War: US Beef and Pork Disappearing From China

Trade War: US Beef and Pork Disappearing From China

The US beef industry is caught in the crossfire of an escalating China-US trade war after China launched retaliatory tariffs, the CGTN.com reported on July 6th.

Jul 7, 2018
CGTN
US Tariffs to Rock Global Economic Order, Foreign Business Groups Say

US Tariffs to Rock Global Economic Order, Foreign Business Groups Say

Representatives from foreign business associations in China have expressed their opposition to US trade protectionism, arguing that it harms the…

Jul 6, 2018
Feng Difan

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