James Politi

03/10/2019
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US hits EU goods with new tariffs after WTO ruling

02/10 - 17:13 - Trump administration moves quickly to implement favourable ruling over Airbus dispute
26/09/2019
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New IMF head warns of world’s ability to handle global slump

25/09 - 14:49 - Kristalina Georgieva says crisis ‘preparedness could soon be tested’ as warning signs flash
10/09/2019
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Five challenges facing incoming IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva

09/09 - 13:50 - Bulgarian economist becomes sole contender to succeed Lagarde as managing director
21/08/2019
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Donald Trump considers tax cuts to stimulate economy

US president says his options include reductions in capital gains and payroll taxes
20/08/2019
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IMF officials in talks with Argentina government after market rout

Fund’s staff to head to Buenos Aires amid fallout from Mauricio Macri’s setback in primary polls
11/07/2019
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Federal Reserve’s dovish tilt stirs debate on how far it will go

In testimony to Congress, Jay Powell, chairman of the Federal Reserve, quashed any doubts that the US central bank was gearing up to cut interest rates this month in a bid to protect the economy from mounting risks around the world.
23/05/2019
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US companies reshape supply chains after China ultimatum

Mr Trump has ramped up his calls for American companies to ditch China and bring manufacturing back to the US — or move their sourcing to third countries such as Vietnam — as the prospects of a deal with Xi Jinping, Chinese president, dimmed in recent weeks. But many US businesses know that rapidly unravelling their China ties is not as simple as the White House thinks.
10/05/2019
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Trump hits China with tariff rise as trade war escalates

The US president’s decision to push ahead with a threat to increase tariffs from 10 per cent to 25 per cent sets the stage for a tense final day of negotiations between Liu He, China’s vice-premier, and Robert Lighthizer, the US trade representative, in Washington.
06/05/2019
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Stocks tumble as Trump threatens to raise Chinese import tariffs

Donald Trump has threatened to raise tariffs on all Chinese imports to 25 per cent, sharply ratcheting up pressure on Beijing to make concessions in trade talks and sending Chinese and European stocks lower.
02/05/2019
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US labour leader warns of ‘inferior’ China trade deal

Richard Trumka, America’s top union leader, has warned Donald Trump that he risks striking an “inferior agreement” with China to end the trade war if he fails to rein in Beijing’s use of industrial subsidies, raising pressure on US negotiators in the final stretch of talks with Beijing.
15/04/2019
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Lighthizer faces crunch time as US-China trade talks near finish

In at least two phone conversations in recent days, Mr Lighthizer, flanked by Mr Mnuchin, was again pushing Liu He, the top Chinese negotiator, to give some additional ground. The two sides have been close to a final deal for weeks, but have continued to haggle on the biggest sticking points in the talks.
10/04/2019
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US threat of $11bn EU tariffs increases tension

09/04 - 13:30 - Trump wants to impose levies on helicopters and cheese in response to Airbus subsidies
09/04/2019
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US weighs tariffs on $11bn of EU products over Airbus subsidies

The US is weighing tariffs on $11bn of EU products — including civilian aircraft and agricultural goods ranging from Roquefort cheese to olive oil — in a move that threatens to further escalate transatlantic trade tensions.
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