China and the United States have clashed over issues including trade, human rights, technology and the new coronavirus
China is forging ahead with the purchase of U.S. agriculture products, but appears to be well below its commitments agreed to in the phase one trade deal.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Friday announced the U.S. will impose tariffs on $1.96 billion worth of aluminum sheet goods affecting 18 countries.
Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris spar over China trade.
President Trump is the only person who has taken any action to help Americans during the coronavirus pandemic since the passage of the CARES Act in March, White House trade adviser Peter Navarro told Fox Business Network's “The Claman Countdown” Tuesday.
The Commerce Department said on Tuesday the trade deficit jumped 5.9% to $67.1 billion, the widest since August 2006.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday said that U.S. tariffs on Scottish malt whiskey should be removed, declaring “we will fight it every step of the way.”
President Trump and presidential candidate Joe Biden discuss allegations over tax records and spar over economic plans.
White House Office of Trade and Manufacturing Director Peter Navarro on the Lordstown Motors electric truck and the Trump administration’s work to increase manufacturing and production jobs in the U.S.
Suppliers of certain equipment to Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation will now have to apply for individual export licenses.
Tesla vs. USA in China tariff spat.
Companies that end up on the list could be banned from importing or exporting from China, and may be barred from investing in the country.
The head of a major apparel industry group told lawmakers on Thursday that blanket U.S. import bans on cotton or other products from China's Xinjiang region over forced labor concerns would "wreak havoc" on legitimate supply chains.
U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer slammed the World Trade Organization on Tuesday after it sided with China to say that the Trump administration's tariffs on Chinese goods worth more than $200 billion are illegal.
Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan argues the use of forced labor in China is “modern-day slavery.”
The World Trade Organization said Tuesday that Trump administration tariffs on Chinese goods totaling more than $200 billion are illegal under the rules of the global trade body.
The U.S. government on Monday announced an import ban on some items from China, which it believes are produced with “state-sponsored forced labor.”
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is calling for a review of U.S. vitamin company GNC’s sale to Chinese-owned Harbin Pharmaceuticals over data concerns.
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro on a new USDA program aimed at helping U.S. fishermen.
Almost 50% of those surveyed say U.S.-China trade tensions will last for at least the next three to five years, according to the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai.