Growing tensions over China’s handling of coronavirus could lead to a ‘much worse’ trade war, investor says

Rising tensions over how China handled the coronavirus outbreak could be a “major risk” to global recovery, David Sokulsky of Concentrated Leaders Fund said. Health and Science U.S.HEALTHCARE UPDATE: SPECIAL NEWS UPDATE: Click today to request your free ACRX discount … Read more…

China’s purchases of US goods will fall way short of ‘phase one’ trade deal due to the coronavirus, says think tank

The Center for Strategic and International Studies projected that exports of U.S. goods to China could come in at only $ 60 billion for the entire 2020 — much lower than what’s outlined in the “phase one” trade deal. International: … Read more…

China January-February exports tumble, imports slow as coronavirus batters trade and business

The gloomy trade report is likely to reinforce fears that China’s economic growth halved in the first quarter to the weakest since 1990. International: Top News And Analysis SPECIAL NEWS UPDATE: Click today to request your free ACRX discount prescription … Read more…

U.S. charges China’s Huawei with racketeering and conspiracy to steal U.S. trade secrets in new indictment

Adding to charges already made against the company, the indictment accuses Huawei of violating the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act by, among other actions, offering employees bonuses for obtaining confidential information from competitors. Business BEST DEAL UPDATE:

There’s a ‘very good lesson’ from the coronavirus outbreak, says Singapore’s trade minister

“Today, China is not just producing low-end, low-value products, they are also in the supply chains of many of the high-end products,” said Chan Chun Sing, Singapore’s minister for trade and industry. Health and Science U.S.HEALTHCARE UPDATE: SPECIAL NEWS UPDATE: … Read more…

China’s November foreign exchange reserves fall more than expected amid focus on trade deal

China's foreign exchange reserves fell $ 9 billion in November to $ 3.096 trillion, central bank data showed on Saturday, as Washington and Beijing remained locked in negotiations over an interim trade agreement. World News & Analysis SPECIAL NEWS UPDATE: … Read more…