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Trapped in US-China trade war

THE US-China trade war drummed up by Washington last month threatened to escalate to a full-scale confrontation when Beijing fired back last week with punitive taxes on a wide range of US goods entering China.


Experts: US-China trade war may have negative impact on Malaysia

PETALING JAYA: Pundits have cautioned that Malaysia could become an unlikely victim of a full-blown trade war between the United States and China, taking a contrasting viewpoint from Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Moha­mad, who believes it will benefit the local economy.

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‘Trade war will hurt everyone’

Beijing: China hopes there will not be a trade war with the United States, which would harm not only the interests of the world’s two biggest economies, but that of the whole world, Vice-Minister of Finance Zhu Guangyao said.

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Why is US dollar access so restrained in China as trade war rages on?

Foreign financial institutions increasingly reluctant to lend US dollars to Chinese banks given worries about financial risks amid the trade war China holding onto US dollars by increasingly restricting business and individual transfers out of the country

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China will not rule out using rare earth exports as leverage in trade war with US

China’s top economic planning agency indicated late on Tuesday that the government has not ruled out using rare earth exports as a new bargaining chip in its continuing trade war with the US.


‘Asean won’t intervene in trade war’

KUALA LUMPUR: Asean nations will not intervene in the trade war between the United States and China as they are “too insignificant” in the eyes of the superpowers, says Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.


Ma: US will suffer more in trade war with China

KUALA LUMPUR: The United States will suffer more in the long trade war with China, warned Alibaba Group Holding Ltd’s chairman Jack Ma.


China warns of 'necessary response' in event of trade war with U.S

BEIJING (Reuters) - China will make a necessary response in the event of a trade war with the United States, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday, while warning that such a war would only harm all sides.

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‘China can handle trade war’

Beijing: China’s central bank chief said the country has plenty of policy tools left to handle the trade war with the United States.


Morgan Stanley: Recession within a year if trade war gets any worse

NEW YORK: Investors may still be underestimating the full risk to the global economy from a trade war, even after US stocks capped the worst month of the year.