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Trade showdown

Trade war tariffs now truly part of the furniture

by Andy Uhler Nov 15, 2019
To get around tariffs, some furniture stores have changed where their furniture is made.
A family shops at an Ikea in New Jersey.
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Trade showdown

Trade deficit narrows as trade tensions continue to bite

by Mitchell Hartman Nov 5, 2019
Tariffs on foreign-made imports to the U.S., and retaliatory tariffs on U.S. exports, are dragging down exports and imports.
Apples are one crop that have been hit by the trade war. Above, apples produced by Spring Valley Farm and Orchard in West Virginia are on display at a farmers market.
Kimihiro Hoshino/AFP via Getty Images
Trade showdown

Just how much is the trade war hurting China's economy?

by Marielle Segarra Oct 14, 2019
For the month of September, China's import and export data looked weaker than economists were expecting.
The U.S.-China trade war rages on, as China's exports dip. Above, one U.S. dollar and 100 yuan notes on display at a bank in Beijing, China in 2006.
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Trade showdown

New tariffs on Chinese goods set to begin Sept. 1

by Erika Beras Aug 30, 2019
A new round of U.S. tariffs of 15% on a wide range of goods from China is set to begin on Sept. 1. The list of targeted imports includes televisions, smartwatches and footwear. We take a look at some of…
Shipping containers from China and other nations are unloaded at the Port of Long Beach in California in February.
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Trade showdown

5 targets in the trade war's latest fallout

by Janet Nguyen, Andie Corban, and Bennett Purser Aug 29, 2019
About $300 billion worth of Chinese goods are getting hit with tariffs this weekend, including merry-go-rounds and lithium-ion batteries.
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Trade showdown

Even for a customs broker, it's tough to keep track of tariffs right now

by Kai Ryssdal Aug 26, 2019
There was retaliation, escalation and now possibly a return to the negotiating table. It's hard to tell where things stand.
A China Shipping Lines container ship heading toward the Vincent Thomas Bridge at the Port of Los Angeles.
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Trade showdown

China's new tariff retaliation hits U.S. auto and parts sectors

by Scott Tong Aug 23, 2019
China is the No. 2 export market for U.S. vehicles, notably the BMW X5 sport utility vehicle assembled in Spartanburg County, South Carolina.
Cars produced by SAIC Motor Corp. wait to be exported to the U.S. at a port in Lianyungang in China's eastern Jiangsu province in 2018. China's new tariffs affect U.S. cars being exported to China.
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Trade showdown

China announces tariff hike on $75 billion of U.S. products

by Associated Press Aug 23, 2019
China on Friday announced tariff hikes on $75 billion of U.S. products in retaliation for President Donald Trump’s planned increase.
Chinese and US flags are seen on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle in the maintenance room of a dealership in Shanghai on August 24, 2018. - From Harley-Davidson motorcycles and US bourbon to Chinese parts and machinery, the world's two largest economies have exchanged punitive tariffs that slice through a wide swath of products.
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Trade showdown

Huawei expects no relief from U.S. sanctions but is confident

by Associated Press Aug 20, 2019
The founder of Chinese tech giant said Tuesday he expects no relief from U.S. export curbs,
A picture of a screen show a tracking mode from a Huawei device during the Huawei developer conference at the Huawei Campus in Dongguan, Guangdong province on August 10, 2019.
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Trade showdown

Trade war uncertainty hits farm suppliers

by Kimberly Adams Aug 16, 2019
Agricultural equipment maker John Deere missed its quarterly earning expectations, it announced Friday.
A John Deere tractor sits in the middle of field of freshly cut tobacco leaves in Owings, Maryland.
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