The Trump administration’s aggressive concern over foreign trade parity with its strongest partners is undermining the foundations of international trade.
China sincerely hopes to explore and develop mutually beneficial relationships with all countries in the world.
If the pattern of the last six months and of the most recent years is confirmed, it becomes obvious that the U.S. economy is not pulling us forward as it has before.
As the US 2020 election approaches, the Democratic Party has started its "vengeance." Who can defeat US President Donald Trump on behalf of the Democrats is tantalizing the public.
During the first Democratic presidential debate of the 2020 election in late June, 20 candidates made their debut. Foreign policy is [Read more]
HONG KONG, July 10 (Xinhua) -- A high-level international forum on U.S.-China economic relations concluded here Wednesday with calls for continued collaboration between the world's top two economies to proceed with trade negotiations and realize win-win progress.
U.S., CHINA NEED EACH OTHER
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Faced with trade barriers set up by the United States, China's foreign trade remained steady, showing its ability to handle external headwinds
[Trump's] strategy is egocentric, and his view of the EU is frighteningly lacking in historical knowledge.
Since Donald Trump, who enjoys directing attacks against allies and particularly against Berlin, has become president, much discord and many contradictions have piled up.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe must articulate his take on how Japan-U.S. trade talks went during his May summit with U.S. President Donald Trump, so the public can learn, in Abe's own words, what to expect.
Addressing a recent gathering of business leaders, Abe noted that since trade talks with the United States involve [Read more]