Tensions are rising, but their futures may be inextricably linked.
There are lots of reasons to care if there's a trade war.
Citing dumping, the U.S. imposes tough tariffs. Does Washington do that enough?
The Obama administration is expected to announce a World Trade Organization complaint against Chinese subsidies for auto parts exports today at a campaign stop in Ohio.
The U.S. believes China is dumping solar panels at below-market prices in America and has hit back with a penalty of 31 percent. That tariff is surprisingly steep and many in China are not reacting well. Could they backfire?