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Beijing tariff demands may expand U.S.-China 'phase one' trade deal significantly

20 Nov 2019

WASHINGTON A "phase one" trade deal between the United States and China was supposed to be a limited agreement that would allow leaders from both countries to claim an easy victory while soothing financial markets.

Trump can no longer impose 'Section 232' auto tariffs after missing deadline: experts

19 Nov 2019

WASHINGTON The clock has run out on President Donald Trump's "Section 232" tariffs on imports of foreign-made cars and auto parts, after he failed to announce a decision by a self-imposed deadline, trade law experts say.

Trump's 'Section 232' autos tariff authority runs out of time, experts say

19 Nov 2019

WASHINGTON The clock has run out on President Donald Trump's authority to impose "Section 232" tariffs on imports of foreign-made cars and auto parts, and he may have to find other means if he wants to pursue tariffs on European or Japanese cars, legal experts say.

Trump's 'Section 232' autos tariff authority runs out of time, experts say

19 Nov 2019

WASHINGTON The clock has run out on President Donald Trump's authority to impose "Section 232" tariffs on imports of foreign-made cars and auto parts, and he may have to find other means if he wants to pursue tariffs on European or Japanese cars, legal experts say.

Trump's "Section 232" autos tariff authority runs out of time, experts say

19 Nov 2019

WASHINGTON, Nov 19 The clock has run out on President Donald Trump's authority to impose "Section 232" tariffs on imports of foreign-made cars and auto parts, and he may have to find other means if he wants to pursue tariffs on European or Japanese cars, legal experts say.

U.S. and China have significant differences ahead of trade talks Friday night

15 Nov 2019

WASHINGTON Top U.S. and Chinese negotiators are seeking to narrow differences on an initial trade agreement during a Friday evening phone call, but remain split on key issues.

China ends ban on U.S. poultry imports as pig disease crisis causes meat shortage

14 Nov 2019

BEIJING/WASHINGTON/CHICAGO Beijing lifted a nearly five-year ban on imports of U.S. poultry meat on Thursday, a move the U.S. Trade Representative said would lead to more than $1 billion in annual shipments to China.

Explainer: What a roll-back of Trump tariffs on Chinese goods may look like

12 Nov 2019

The latest bargaining chip in U.S.-China negotiations to cool a 16-month-old trade war is whether President Donald Trump would roll back tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars' worth of Chinese imports, and how soon.

Trump expected to delay European auto tariff decision - EU officials

12 Nov 2019

WASHINGTON U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to announce this week he is delaying a decision on whether to slap tariffs on cars and auto parts imported from the European Union, likely for another six months, EU officials said.

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