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IMF says talks with Argentina 'constructive', will continue in Washington

13:18 - Negotiations between the International Monetary Fund and Argentina over a new IMF loan program are “very fluid and constructive,” with Argentine officials expected to come to Washington in the coming days for more talks, IMF spokesman Gerry Rice said on Thursday.
Economía Reuters Economía Internacional David Lawder

U.S. agricultural sales to China will 'take some time to scale up': Mnuchin

30/10 - 13:04 - U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Wednesday that it will take time for Chinese purchases of U.S. agricultural goods to “scale up” to the $40 billion to $50 billion annual level touted by President Donald Trump if the two sides can seal a “Phase 1” trade deal.
Economía Reuters Economía Internacional David Lawder

U.S. tariffs on China-made consumer tech goods seen cutting sales, delaying upgrades

24/06 - 18:14 - U.S. consumers will delay or forgo technology upgrades if President Donald Trump imposes a new round of 25% tariffs on Chinese goods, slowing the U.S. innovation engine, technology industry executives said on Monday.
Política Daily Mail - Reino Unido Política Económica David Lawder

China trade steps seen as good start but leave core U.S. demands untouched

The United States has welcomed Chinese concessions since the two declared a trade war truce in early December, but trade experts and people familiar with negotiations say Beijing needs to do far more to meet U.S. demands for long-term change in how China does business.
Economía Reuters Economía Internacional David Lawder

IMF cuts world economic growth forecasts on tariff war, emerging market strains

The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday cut its global economic growth forecasts for 2018 and 2019, saying that the U.S-China trade war was taking a toll and emerging markets were struggling with tighter liquidity and capital outflows.
Argentina Reuters Organismos Internacionales David Lawder

U.S. trade tariffs set to leave Mnuchin in cold at G20 meeting

The financial leaders of the world’s 20 biggest economies meet in Buenos Aires this weekend for the first time since long-simmering trade tensions burst into the open when China and the United States put tariffs on $34 billion of each other’s goods.
Economía Reuters Economía Internacional David Lawder

U.S., South Korea on verge of trade deal: Trump

23/03/18 - 16:19 - The United States and South Korea could announce a trade deal next week that would cover an exemption from U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs and other trade issues, President Donald Trump and his commerce secretary said on Friday.
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