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By covering more consumer products, any further tariff increases would hit households harder than in previous rounds.
US and Chinese consumers are ‘unequivocally the losers’ of trade war tariffs — here are the unexpected winners
US and Chinese companies have stopped buying from each other, turning to others to avoid trade-war tariffs. Vietnam and Mexico have hugely benefited.
Stocks are rallying on hopes of a US-China trade deal after Trump received a ‘beautiful letter’ from China’s president
Asian and European stocks rebounded on Friday after Trump received a "beautiful letter" from China's president and called for cooperation on a trade deal.
Hopes for a US-China trade-war deal have been boosted by confirmation that high-level talks will continue despite recent difficulties.
The Trump administration is reportedly considering lifting some tariffs on China to help get a trade deal done
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuichin is said to be pushing to drop tariffs on Chinese goods as an incentive for Beijing to agree to a trade deal.
Trump said he was 'highly unlikely' to hold off increasing tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods ahead of the leaders' meeting at the G20 Summit.
Trump’s top trade advisers appear to be on wildly different pages as the China trade war hits a critical stretch
President Donald Trump's trade team is still fractured as key talks with China about the trade war and possible auto tariffs loom.
Trump’s suddenly talking about a big new trade deal with China, but analysts say it’s just ‘pre-election hype designed to make the m...
President Donald Trump's sudden talk of a trade deal could be a political ploy to boost the stock market before the midterm elections, analysts say.
President Donald Trump on Friday threatened to impose tariffs on another $267 billion worth of Chinese goods, action that would represent a massive escalation of the US-China trade war.
Alibaba says it isn't worried about President Donald Trump's trade war with China. The e-commerce giant said Chinese consumers would simply look elsewhere for goods, and the early data seems to back them up.