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On Friday, China announced its plans to increase anti-dumping duties on some alloy-steel seamless tubes and pipes used for utilities.. Full Article

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The relationship between Beijing and Washington is "testy" ever since China reneged on key points during trade negotiations. Full Article

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Trump has once again shifted his focus on the Eurozone. In a series of tweets on Tuesday, Trump alleged that Europe is devaluing the Euro. Full Article

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Mexican officials and global financial markets may be cheering that the US government has called off the proposed tariff hike on Mexico, but Full Article

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Is it possible that Chinese exporters have found a way to work around the recent tariffs imposed by the US by labeling their products as... Full Article

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Mexico could potentially impose retaliatory tariffs on US imports to its country Full Article

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British PM Theresa May is likely to call for stronger economic cooperation between the US and UK when she meets with US President Trump. Full Article

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In an interview with The Sunday Times, Trump expressed his support for pro-Brexit candidates vying to become Theresa May's successor as PM. Full Article

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Factory activity in China is expected to show an impact of the ongoing trade war - official PMI to shrink to 49.9 in May from 50.1 in April Full Article

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US Treasury Secretary confirmed on Wednesday that the next round of tariffs on Chinese imports would not be announced for at least another m Full Article

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Foreign investors continue to remain bullish on China, contrary to Trump's remarks. Full Article

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That the US-China trade tensions are heating up are evident from comments being made by representatives on both sides to the media. Full Article

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China is keen on resolving issues between the two countries through a process of dialogue and consultation. Full Article

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Germany stands to lose around 6 billion euros each year if these tariffs come into effect. Full Article

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Imposing higher tariffs on Chinese imports into the US markets will burn a bigger hole in consumers' pockets. Full Article

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