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HONG KONG: The yuan firmed on Thursday, despite a weaker guidance rate and a steady U.S. dollar, as China's top policymakers vowed to keep cash abundant in financial markets and further support growth.
WASHINGTON: The U.S.-China "Phase 1" trade deal reached in January is not falling apart and the two countries are still working to implement it, the White House's top economic adviser said on Friday, but President Donald Trump added that he was not "thrilled" with the agreement.
The US president argues Chinese negotiators would only want any changes to benefit their side‘Let’s see if they live up to the deal that they signed,’ Trump adds
WASHINGTON/BEIJING: U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he was "very torn" about whether to end the so-called Phase 1 U.S.-China trade deal, just hours after top trade officials from both countries pledged to press ahead with implementing it despite coronavirus economic wreckage.
HONG KONG (AFP): Moves to ease lockdown measures and reopen economies around the world fired equity markets Friday (May 8) as investors looked past a string of depressing data suggesting the planet is heading for its worst downturn since the Great Depression.
BEIJING (Reuters): Top trade representatives of China and the United States held a phone call on Friday (May 8) and agreed to strengthen macroeconomic and public health cooperation, China's commerce ministry said in a statement.
Trade deal and tech war are in ‘parallel universes’ with minor progress on tariffs a mere sticking plaster in wider deterioration, academic says.
SAN FRANCISCO (Xinhua): The United States should engage more with China when dealing with bilateral relations and collaborate more with it, Ken Wilcox, chair of the Asia Society Northern California (ASNC), said here on Wednesday (Jan 15).
WASHINGTON: China and the United States formally signed their phase-one economic and trade agreement here, with Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He and US President Donald Trump inking the papers in the White House.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - With tweets of solidarity in Farsi and technological tools to circumvent internet shutdowns, U.S. President Donald Trump might be close to exhausting his options to support Iranian protesters rising up against their rulers.