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US President Donald Trump speaks about the economy while delivering remarks on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, U.S., July 27, 2018.

The Trump administration targets Airbus with new European Union tariffs

US lawmakers and businesses have sharply criticized the tariffs of up to 100%, warning they would raise prices for American businesses and consumers.

The government has collected an extra $50 billion in tariffs since the start of the China trade war, according to new data

Evidence shows tariffs are paid almost entirely by American businesses and consumers. That defies Trump's assertions.

Trump and Xi think coronavirus could delay promised China purchases, Kudlow says

The coronavirus outbreak has closed businesses across China and disrupted global supply chains, adding to existing doubts about steep purchase quotas.

China slashes tariffs on $75 billion worth of US goods including soybeans and cars

Retaliatory tariffs will be reduced on $75 billion worth of US products including soybeans, pork and automobiles beginning February 14.

Global stocks climb on China tariffs cuts, US jobs data, and Wuhan coronavirus vaccine hopes

Chinese officials plan to halve duties on $75 billion worth of US goods.

Trump hails ‘blue-collar boom’ as factories and mines shed thousands of jobs

Manufacturing cut 12,000 jobs in December. Mining shed 8,000. About 10,000 jobs were lost in transportation and warehousing.

Trump’s favorite trade war scorecard posted its best figure in 6 years in 2019

Trump has long expressed frustration with the US trade balance and portrayed it as a scorecard of sorts in his economic battles.
U.S. President Donald Trump.

The Trump administration finalizes rule that could shift tariff fights to $6 trillion currency market

Past administrations have avoided such a policy because they argued that the determination process was flawed and could start damaging currency wars.
Director of the National Economic Council Larry Kudlow speaks during a news briefing at the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House November 27, 2018 in Washington, DC.

White House adviser says coronavirus will delay China trade deal purchases

Kudlow estimated that the overall economic impact in the US would be "minimal," adding that it could "spur some business investment in equipment."

US farmers are filing for bankruptcy at the highest rate since 2011

Farm bankruptcies rose by nearly 20% last year, according to court filings reviewed by the American Farm Bureau.