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The roughly $50 billion in agriculture products touted by President Trump is far beyond what China has historically spent each year
China was once eager to spend on US brands. Then citizens of the world’s biggest country shifted their allegiances.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese organisers on Wednesday cancelled a fan event on the eve of a National Basketball Association (NBA) exhibition game in Shanghai, the latest fallout in a growing dispute over a tweet by a team official supporting protests in Hong Kong.
INVESTING in China still holds great appeal for foreign investors as their top choice, as the country's economic strength and business infrastructure offer unmissable opportunities despite trade uncertainties.
EXECUTIVES from the biggest US financial firms, including JPMorgan Chase & Co and Goldman Sachs Group Inc, are scheduled to meet top regulators in Beijing in a sign that the trade war with the US has done little to derail China’s opening of its US$43 trillion financial system.
NEW YORK: China's top diplomat hit back at US criticism of its trade and development model on Tuesday, saying Beijing had no intention to "play the Game of Thrones on the world stage" but warned Washington to respect its sovereignty, including in Hong Kong.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - China's top diplomat hit back at U.S. criticism of its trade and development model on Tuesday, saying Beijing had no intention to "play the Game of Thrones on the world stage" but warned Washington to respect its sovereignty, including in Hong Kong.
CHICAGO: The Chinese government has given new waivers to several domestic state and private companies to buy US soybeans without being subject to retaliatory tariffs, according to people familiar with the situation.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is the best option for business from China that are looking to relocate their manufacturing operations because of its strategic geographical location, said the Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM).
NEW YORK: Deep differences separate Chinese and US negotiators on everything from market access to industrial subsidies as the two sides prepare to meet next month in Washington.