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From Pimples to Politics: A Hong Kong Boy Band Takes on China Geopolitics
From Pimples to Politics: A Hong Kong Boy Band Takes on China

HONG KONG — It was Eddie Ho’s worst nightmare: calling one of the boys’ parents to say that they’d been arrested. Ho, 31, had managed Boyz Reborn, a teenage boy band in Hong Kong, since the boys were elementary school... Read More

As Beijing Seethes, Protesters Celebrate Trump’s Signing of Hong Kong Act In The News
As Beijing Seethes, Protesters Celebrate Trump’s Signing of Hong Kong Act

HONG KONG — Dozens of American flags fluttered in the wind on Thanksgiving night in Hong Kong as thousands gathered at a rally in appreciation of the U.S. passage of two bills supporting human rights in Hong Kong that were... Read More

Trump Says China Trade Deal Will Be Signed Somewhere in US Trade
Trump Says China Trade Deal Will Be Signed Somewhere in US

WASHINGTON — The “Phase One” trade deal with China, once completed, will be signed somewhere in the U.S., President Donald Trump told reporters on Sunday at the White House. Trump had previously suggested Iowa, the largest U.S. corn and hog... Read More

WTO Says China Can Impose Sanctions On $3.5B Worth Of US Goods Trade
WTO Says China Can Impose Sanctions On $3.5B Worth Of US Goods
2019-11-01 20:38:40
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - The World Trade Organization said Friday that China can place new trade sanctions on $3.5 billion of U.S. goods in retaliation for U.S. restrictions on Chinese furniture, steel products and solar panels. The award by an arbitration panel... Read More

‘It’s Not About the Money’: What Beijing Doesn’t Get About Hong Kong Protesters Foreign Affairs
‘It’s Not About the Money’: What Beijing Doesn’t Get About Hong Kong Protesters

BEIJING — Chinese state media released a video this month that was directed at Hong Kong youth and titled: “Shenzhen’s success could be yours too.” It features old and new shots of the mainland city located just across the border... Read More

US Weighing Currency Pact With China as Part of Partial Deal Trade
US Weighing Currency Pact With China as Part of Partial Deal

WASHINGTON — The White House is looking at rolling out a previously agreed currency pact with China as part of an early harvest deal that could also see a tariff increase next week suspended, according to people familiar with the... Read More

China Tariff Fight May Sound a Sour Note for Student Musicians Trade
China Tariff Fight May Sound a Sour Note for Student Musicians

SEATTLE — For many young Seattle musicians, September means selecting their instrument for the new school year at Bischofberger Violins, where violins, violas and cellos for rent line the walls of rosin-scented rooms. But soon, parents of aspiring virtuosos may... Read More

China, US to Hold Trade Talks As Tariff Escalation Continue Trade
China, US to Hold Trade Talks As Tariff Escalation Continue

BEIJING — China announced that its trade officials will travel to Washington early next month for talks with U.S. counterparts, potentially restarting stalled negotiations after weeks of uncertainty and escalation. Vice Premier Liu He agreed to the visit in a... Read More

Latest Round of Trump’s Tariffs on China Takes Effect On Many Consumer Goods Trade
Latest Round of Trump’s Tariffs on China Takes Effect On Many Consumer Goods

WASHINGTON — The first big wave of U.S. tariffs on consumer goods made in China took effect Sunday, and it won’t be long before Americans are paying more for many everyday purchases. The tariff list includes 90 types of boots,... Read More

China Hits US With New Tariffs on $75 Billion Worth of Products Economy
China Hits US With New Tariffs on $75 Billion Worth of Products
2019-08-23 17:16:20
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON — China on Friday announced tariff hikes on $75 billion of U.S. products in retaliation for President Donald Trump's latest planned increase, deepening the trade conflict between the two nations at a time when the president insists "China wants... Read More

The Latest Casualty Of Trump’s Trade War With China? California Wine Trade
The Latest Casualty Of Trump’s Trade War With China? California Wine

HEALDSBURG, Calif. — Hank Wetzel’s vineyards stretch to the horizon, a swath of green straddling Sonoma County’s Russian River, farmed by generations of Wetzels for half a century. It is a long way from Shanghai. Nonetheless, seated outside his tasting... Read More

As Recession Fears Grow, Trump Delays Tariffs On Some Chinese Goods Economy
As Recession Fears Grow, Trump Delays Tariffs On Some Chinese Goods
2019-08-13 22:53:29
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON -- After days of growing indications the U.S. may lapse into a recession before the 2020 election, the Trump administration announced Tuesday that it is delaying some of the additional tariffs it planned to impose on Chinese goods on... Read More

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