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China’s Natural Sand Export Ban to Taiwan has Limited Impact on its Chip Industry: Experts
China has hit Taiwan with several economic sanctions following U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s high-profile visit to the island. Among them is a ban on natural sand export to Taiwan ...
August 13, 2022
Biden Still Weighing China Tariff Options as Requests to Keep Them Pile Up
WASHINGTON—U.S. President Joe Biden's team is still looking at options on whether to cut tariffs on Chinese imports ...
July 7, 2022
South Korea Joins US-Led Mineral Security Alliance, Aims to Curb Chinese Dominance in Critical Minerals Supply
South Korea has announced its participation in the U.S.-led Minerals Security Partnership (MSP) to cut its heavy reliance ...
June 29, 2022
South Korea’s Reliance on China for Auto Parts Leads to Calls for Supply Chain Diversification
South Korea’s auto industry has become increasingly dependent on China for parts, leading to calls for supply chain ...
June 24, 2022
Senators Ask Biden to Maintain China Tariffs Imposed by Trump
A group of bipartisan senators have written a letter to President Joe Biden asking that he maintain the ...
May 28, 2022
Major South Korean Industries Face Production Cuts and Shutdowns Amid China’s Lockdowns
South Korea’s major industries are experiencing supply disruptions in core components as the pandemic lockdowns in China show ...
May 3, 2022
Japan Flags Vulnerability to Supply Chain Reliance on China Ahead of Introducing New Economic Security Legislation
Japan flagged its supply-side vulnerabilities in a recent report, highlighting risks posed by the country’s heavy dependence on ...
February 8, 2022
Beijing’s New Import Rules Bring Headaches for Food and Beverage Makers
BEIJING—Makers of Irish whiskey, Belgian chocolate, and European coffee brands are scrambling to comply with the Chinese regime's ...
December 13, 2021
German Greens’ Chancellor Candidate Urges Higher Tariffs on Chinese Imports
FRANKFURT—Germany's Green Party's chancellor candidate said the European Union should impose tougher barriers for Chinese imports to prevent ...
August 15, 2021
EU Launches Investigation Into Chinese Optical Fiber Cable Imports
BRUSSELS—The European Commission launched an investigation on Thursday into imports of optical fiber cable from China, which EU ...
September 24, 2020
Representative Doug Collins: Chinese Government Not to Be Trusted
Congressman Doug Collins (R-Ga.) wants the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to reconsider a recent decision to import ...
April 20, 2020
Explainer: What a Roll-Back of Trump Tariffs on Chinese Goods May Look Like
The latest bargaining chip in U.S.-China negotiations to cool a 16-month-old trade war is whether President Donald Trump ...
November 12, 2019
Trump Justifies New Tariffs, Saying China Actually Pays for All
WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump said the trade war with China wouldn't hurt U.S. consumers, after the latest round of ...
September 2, 2019
US-China Officials Discuss Trade; Mnuchin Eyes Possible In-Person Talks
WASHINGTON—U.S. and Chinese officials spoke by telephone on July 18 as the world's two largest economies seek to ...
July 19, 2019
China Pulls WTO Suit Over Claim to be a Market Economy
GENEVA—China has halted a dispute at the World Trade Organization over its claim to be a market economy, ...
June 17, 2019
Vietnam to Crack Down on Chinese Goods Relabeled to Beat US Tariffs
HANOI–Vietnam has said it will crack down on goods of Chinese origin illegally relabeled "Made in Vietnam" by ...
June 10, 2019
New Tariffs Show Trump’s Determination to Squeeze China Over Trade
WASHINGTON—Confidence about the U.S. economy has emboldened President Donald Trump to take a tougher stance on China, raising ...
May 13, 2019
Trump Claims China Tariffs Help, Not Hurt US, Talks Still On
WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump said on May 10 that trade talks between China and the United States were continuing ...
May 10, 2019
The Associated Press
Trump Says He Expects to Raise China Tariffs
WASHINGTON/BEIJING—U.S. President Donald Trump said on Nov. 26 he expected to move ahead with raising tariffs on $200 ...
November 27, 2018
US Tightens Controls on China Imports of Nuclear Components
The United States is tightening controls on China's imports of civil nuclear technology to prevent use for military or ...
October 11, 2018
US Military Study Aims to Lessen Reliance on Chinese Imports, Strengthen US Industry
WASHINGTON—A Pentagon-led review ordered by President Donald Trump has identified hundreds of instances where the U.S. military depends ...
October 2, 2018
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NATO Seeks ‘Stronger’ Ties With South Korea as North Korea Accused of Arming Russia
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Guangzhou Retirees Stage Mass Protests Over Cuts to Medical Insurance Payments