Trade

WTO Doesn’t Require Reciprocal Tariffs, China Says in Reply to Trump’s Car Comments

WTO Doesn’t Require Reciprocal Tariffs, China Says in Reply to Trump’s Car Comments

The World Trade Organization has no rules on mirrored tariffs and members are entitled to vary import rates, China’s foreign…

Apr 20, 2018
Xu Wei
Michael Bloomberg Calls for Trade Cooperation Between US, China

Michael Bloomberg Calls for Trade Cooperation Between US, China

Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has called on the US and China to strive for cooperation instead of a…

Apr 20, 2018
Xu Wei
Freeze Out of ZTE Will Only Harm the US Itself, MOFCOM Warns

Freeze Out of ZTE Will Only Harm the US Itself, MOFCOM Warns

Freeze Out of ZTE Will Only Harm the US Itself, MOFCOM Warns. The US ban on export sales to Zhongxing…

Apr 20, 2018
Xu Wei
China to Push Ahead With WTO Dispute Resolution Case Against US

China to Push Ahead With WTO Dispute Resolution Case Against US

China will push forward with its trade dispute resolution case against the US at the World Trade Organization, WTO, a commerce ministry spokesman said today. 

Apr 19, 2018
Xu Wei
China Criticizes Abuse of Trade Relief Measures by Individual WTO Members

China Criticizes Abuse of Trade Relief Measures by Individual WTO Members

China does not wish to see the abuse of trade relief measures by individual members of the World Trade Organization…

Apr 19, 2018
Tang Shihua
US, EU, Singapore Dumped Halogenated Butyl Rubber in China, MOFCOM Rules

US, EU, Singapore Dumped Halogenated Butyl Rubber in China, MOFCOM Rules

US, EU, Singapore Dumped Halogenated Butyl Rubber in China, MOFCOM Rules

Apr 19, 2018
Tang Shihua
US Denial Order Is Set to Quickly Drain ZTE’s Chipset Stocks

US Denial Order Is Set to Quickly Drain ZTE’s Chipset Stocks

ZTE Corp., the Chinese telecoms equipment maker which has been shunned by American authorities, could hit the wall within a month if it fails to find alternative suppliers.

Apr 19, 2018
Li Na
China’s Medicines, Health Products Trade Surplus Fell by Over One-Third Last Year

China’s Medicines, Health Products Trade Surplus Fell by Over One-Third Last Year

China’s trade surplus related to the trade of medicines and health products fell 34.6 percent last year to USD4.9 billion amid growing imports into the country, official data shows.

Apr 19, 2018
Dou Shicong
Eliminating Trade Protectionism Remains an Urgent Task for Global Economy, IMF Deputy-MD Says

Eliminating Trade Protectionism Remains an Urgent Task for Global Economy, IMF Deputy-MD Says

Global economies should prioritize the elimination of trade protectionism as a matter of urgency in the current global economic and…

Apr 19, 2018
Xu Wei
Huawei Takes Another Hit as US Moves to Cut Federal Funding for Chinese Telecoms Products

Huawei Takes Another Hit as US Moves to Cut Federal Funding for Chinese Telecoms Products

The US government has moved forward with plans to ban the use of federal funds for the purchase of telecoms…

Apr 19, 2018
Li Na & Lai Shasha
Australia and US Launch Anti-Dumping, Countervailing Probes Into Chinese Wheels

Australia and US Launch Anti-Dumping, Countervailing Probes Into Chinese Wheels

Commerce departments in Australia and the United States have begun investigations into Chinese wheel imports after companies from the two…

Apr 19, 2018
Wang Shifeng
Trade Spat Cannot Hold Back China’s Development Amid Economic Shift, Official Says

Trade Spat Cannot Hold Back China’s Development Amid Economic Shift, Official Says

China-US Trade Friction No Bar to Economic Development, As Economic Structure Can Weather External Shocks. China's economic infrastructure has improved, with domestic demand boosted…

Apr 18, 2018
Feng Yunqing

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