Ahead of the UN General Assembly next week, the stakes are historic in nature during our new era of global competition, writes Atlantic Council President and CEO Fred Kempe.
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.
The head of one of the U.S.'s most iconic brands has doled out advice to President Trump on doing business in China.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said claims that the recent slide of the yuan against the U.S. dollar was an intentional policy decision from Beijing were "simply not true."
The world's second-largest economy will "outlast" its tariff war with Washington and "emerge stronger," the China Daily newspaper said in an editorial.
Coca-Cola's president for Greater China & Korea, Curtis Ferguson, shares his business advice for the Presidents of the world's two largest economies.
Stocks are shrugging off the latest round of tariffs between the U.S. and China, even with warnings the trade war could be more prolonged and harmful to the global economy than many investors believe.
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.
Those tariffs will rise to 25 percent at the end of the year as Trump escalates a trade conflict with the world's second-largest economy.
Beijing long turned to big banks to help get its way in Washington, but the old back channels have proven ineffective when it comes to trade tensions.
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.
"From the economy's (point of view) and the financial sector's (perspective), we would like to have a normal relationship with the U.S.," a former PBOC governor says.
Worries about the U.S.-China trade war are overdone because the impact on China will not be as immediate and challenging as investors may expect, says Jonathan Slone, CEO of brokerage and investment group CLSA.
President Donald Trump has said he's ready to erect tariffs on more than $500 billion worth of Chinese imports to the United States.
The yuan has depreciated 8 percent since May, and could see a further 15 percent drop brought on by the People's Bank of China to counter U.S. tariffs. But that could trigger huge capital outflows, something Beijing definitely does not want.
While Beijing supports the development of the underlying blockchain technology, it is still trying to limit speculation in digital currencies roughly one year since banning their sales in "initial coin offerings."
"Resources for our cooperation are not to be spent on any vanity projects, but in places where they count the most," Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Monday.