The issues at stake are so complex so "we can expect that there's going to be a deadlock for some time," said Timothy Stratford, a former assistant U.S. trade representative for China affairs. » Read More
By: Karen Gilchrist
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The world's second-largest economy will "outlast" its tariff war with Washington and "emerge stronger," the China Daily newspaper said in an editorial. » Read More
By: Dawn Kopecki
The department store chain has been working with suppliers in Asia to prepare for potentially higher tariffs in the administration's escalating global trade war, the Macy's CEO told CNBC's Courtney Reagan at the Code Commerce conference in New York Monday. » Read More
Beijing has said it has no choice but to retaliate to Washington's latest tariffs.
A project's ability to generate strong economic returns should be the biggest determining factor for governments, says Joachim von Amsberg, vice president of policy and strategy at the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
President Donald Trump's latest trade actions could push up car prices in Michigan, Governor Rick Snyder told CNBC at the World Economic Forum in Tianjin.
One of China's most famous actress, Fan Bingbing, has not been seen publicly since July after reports emerged that she had been caught up in a probe by Chinese authorities into tax evasion in the film industry.
While the U.S. president's "crazy" ways have worsened trade tensions, he's only a symptom of world developments that have hastened the tensions, pointed out Dani Rodrik, a professor at Harvard University.
The U.S. president is used to compromising in deal-making but it remains to be seen whether China can do the same, according to Martin Gilbert, co-chief executive of Standard Life Aberdeen.
China must embrace local stakeholders to improve the image of its Belt and Road Initiative, a panel of experts at the Milken Asia Summit said on Thursday.
Recent partnerships between Beijing and Moscow belie the rivalry that defines their relationship, political strategists warn.
Chinese President Xi Jinping wants more investment projects with neighboring Russia, at a time when the world is facing rising protectionism.
China's indexes reached an all-time high in 2007 but came close to that record during the mid point of the current decade.
"We're now sliding along a scale where we will have 10, 20 years more of cooperative breakdown," says economics professor Tyler Cowen, of the ongoing trade tensions.
The Tuesday announcement said seven projects worth $4.6 billion have already been implemented as a result of work by the China-Russia group.
Eric Fishwick, CLSA's head of economic research, said the U.S.-China trade war may well encourage Beijing to build its political and economic influence.
America's unsustainably large trade imbalances and soaring public debt are compelling issues of national security. Solutions should be sought through negotiations, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
As China invests heavily in artificial intelligence, the US government and military will need a strong partnership with Silicon Valley to maintain an AI edge. President Trump's war on tech companies won't help.
American lawmakers want to create a $60 billion development finance institution that they believe will be a sustainable alternative to China's Belt and Road Initiative.