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Trump’s escalations of the trade war against China could push Washington toward a direct confrontation with Beijing, experts warn
Possible flashpoints for tensions between the two nations include the South China Sea or Taiwan, where Washington and Beijing are at loggerheads.
Trump's executive order is expected to precede a ban on US companies buying Huawei telecoms equipment.
The US indicted Meng and Huawei on Monday, accusing the company of flouting US sanctions and stealing trade secrets from T-Mobile.
US calls Huawei and CFO Meng Wanzhou national-security threats, indicts company and exec on fraud and IP theft charges
The Justice Department said Huawei tricked a global bank into doing sanctions-violating business with Iran and stole trade secrets from T-Mobile.
John McCallum said Huawei's chief financial officer, Meng Wanzhou, had "strong arguments" for resisting extradition to the US.
7 reasons Trump is wrong about China’s economy and why it will make it through the trade war just fine
7 reasons President Trump is wrong about China's economy
Canada joins US in raising travel advisory after China’s ‘arbitrary’ use of law to sentence Canadian to death in drug case
Canada fears a growing pattern of the random use of local laws to detain its citizens, a similar warning to what US officials issued this month.
Trump seems to be backing down in the trade war with China after electoral blowback and growing economic worries
There are growing signs that President Donald Trump is backing off his trade war with China and a deal to drop tariffs could be on the way.
Geely isn't alone — car sales in China fell for four months year-over-year, tracking for an annual decline for the first time in nearly three decades.