Biden wants to use trade policy to advance racial equity, fight climate change and take on China’s "coercive" trade practices.
Hit with tariffs late last year, small business owner Lydia Clarke couldn’t have expected what came next.
In a clever workaround, the airline has reportedly sent Airbus planes overseas before bringing them to the U.S.
Chinese exporters have found ways to deal with the extra U.S. tariffs and those plans are not set to change under President-elect Joe Biden.
Some Chinese manufacturers do not expect the trade tensions with the U.S. to change much even with a Biden presidency.
Chinese investment in the U.S. also fell because of the pandemic recession.
Some U.S. firms complain of retaliatory measures in China. But experts see long-term opportunity.
The Trump administration is denouncing the fact that the tax levels vary greatly between members of the global trade body.
More than 200 economists have signed a letter to President Trump and congressional leaders. They say a Buy America order the Trump administration is contemplating for medical supplies would push up prices and exacerbate shortages.