SHANGHAI/BEIJING: China on Wednesday lashed out at Washington’s unexpected statement that it will press ahead with tariffs and restrictions on investments by Chinese companies, saying Beijing was ready to fight back if Washington was…
BEIJING: China on Monday praised a significant dialing back of trade tension with the United States, with the government saying agreement was in the interests of both countries while state media trumpeted what it saw as China’s refusal to…
China's trade surplus with the United States surged by a fifth in the first three months of the year with Beijing calling on Washington to be patient as tensions between the economic superpowers simmer.
China said it is ready to pay "any cost" in a trade war after US President Donald Trump threatened an additional $100 billion in tit-for-tat tariffs on Beijing.
China unveiled plans to hit major US exports worth $50 billion such as soybeans, cars and small airplanes with retaliatory tariffs in an escalating trade duel between the world's two top economies.
China imposed tariffs on 128 US imports worth $3 billion retaliating for US duties on steel and aluminium that Beijing said "seriously infringed" Chinese interests.
China warned the United States that it was "not afraid of a trade war" as it threatened tariffs on $3 billion worth of US goods in retaliation over President Donald Trump's moves against Chinese imports.
President Donald Trump is poised to unveil sanctions against China for the "theft" of US intellectual property, fueling fears of a trade war as Beijing vowed to retaliate.