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23/10/2018
Política CNBC - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Kelly Olsen

Japan’s Abe will meet China’s Xi — under the shadow of Trump

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visits China this week for a summit with President Xi Jinping. Often tense relations between the two Asian countries have improved in recent years, and ties are growing increasingly complicated because of U.S. President Donald Trump’s trade war against Beijing. Political risk consulting firm Eurasia Group says the long-term outlook for China-Japan relations remains “challenging” due to a “clash of basic views and interests.”
23/10/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Saheli Roy Choudhury

Impact of a trade war on China’s luxury shoppers is ‘minimal’ for now

Most of the impact will be limited for now as luxury goods are not part of the list of products affected by the first two phases of the trade sanctions,says Pascal Martin at OC&C Strategy Consultants. The U.S. has implemented tariffs on around $250 billion worth of Chinese goods that enter its borders, and China has retaliated with extra levies on roughly $110 billion of imports from the U.S.
16/10/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Huileng Tan

A measure of China's inflation slows for third straight month in September

China's consumer and producer inflation rose in September, government data showed on Tuesday. Producer price inflation cooled from 4.1 percent in August — an indication of slowing economic momentum amid escalating trade tensions with the United States.
18/09/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Jacob Pramuk

Trump will slap 10% tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods — and they will go to 25% at year-end

President Donald Trump will put 10 percent tariffs on an $200 billion in Chinese goods, which will go up to 25 percent at the end of the year. The action heightens the trade conflict between the world's two largest economies. Trump is considering whether to put tariffs on more than $250 billion more in Chinese products.
17/09/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Nyshka Chandran

China is the 'bigger risk' in trade war, not Trump: CEO

President Donald Trump has made clear that he has no intention of backing down on trade tensions with China. Doubts over whether Beijing will be willing to compromise on a potential trade deal with the U.S. makes it a "bigger risk" than Washington, said Martin Gilbert, co-chief executive of Standard Life Aberdeen, on the sidelines of the Singapore Summit.
11/09/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Weizhen Tan

Trump's trade war against China may have a 'perverse reaction,' says CLSA economist

Eric Fishwick, CLSA's head of economic research, said the trade war may well "have the perverse reaction" of encouraging China to build its political and economic influence. The ongoing tariffs battle between Washington and Beijing, he said, isn't just about Americans buying too many Chinese goods: It's also because the U.S. is uncomfortable with China's growing power.
11/09/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Huileng Tan

Chinese markets haven't yet hit their real bottom, China investment expert says

The "real fundamental bottom" for the Chinese markets will likely come in October or November, said Alexious Lee, head of China Capital Access at CLSA. Investors will do well to position themselves as the bottom hits, Lee said on the sidelines of the CLSA Investors' Forum in Hong Kong.
05/09/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Kelly Olsen

Foreign investors see Chinese bonds as a safe haven while trade war rages

China is increasingly opening its market for government debt to foreign investors and it is providing some security amid escalating trade tensions.
04/09/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Yen Nee Lee

Trade expert outlines what's next in the US-China tariff battle

The world is now awaiting U.S. President Donald Trump's decision on when and how he'll implement a proposed $200 billion in additional tariffs on Chinese goods. The most likely scenario is to break up the $200 billion tariffs into batches, said Simon Lester, associate director of Cato Institute's Herbert A. Stiefel Center for Trade Policy Studies.
23/08/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional

GOP billionaire Ken Langone: 'We've been patsies' on trade, but Trump will level the playing field

President Donald Trump's new approach to trade will fix mistakes of past leaders and even out U.S. trade deficits, GOP billionaire Ken Langone tells CNBC on Wednesday.
15/08/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional

China could reportedly use its 'unwritten' tech rules as an 'invisible tool' against US firms

With Sino-American trade tensions escalating, China's cybersecurity standards could be used as an "invisible tool" for retaliating against Washington's tariffs, according to one expert.
08/08/2018
Política CNBC - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Amanda Macias

America's top nuclear commander: Russia and China can't be our friends if they're developing weapons we can't deter

07/08/18 - 17:21 - America's top nuclear commander warned Tuesday that Russia and China are not "friends" of the U.S. while the two nations sprint to develop hypersonic weapons, a threat the U.S. currently cannot defend against. "You can't call [Russia and China] our friends if they're building weapons that can destroy the United States of America," U.S. Air Force Gen. John Hyten said. Hyten added that the Pentagon has nearly a dozen programs tasked with developing and defending against the new breed of weapon.
02/08/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Jacob Pramuk

Trump considers hiking proposed tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods to 25%

President Donald Trump has told U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to consider raising proposed tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods to 25 percent.
30/07/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Huileng Tan

The Chinese yuan is 'fairly valued' despite recent weakening, says IMF mission chief

The Chinese yuan is still "fairly valued" despite recent declines against the dollar recently, said an International Monetary Fund official. The divergence in U.S. and China monetary conditions contribute to the recent slide in the Chinese yuan.
17/07/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Silvia Amaro

While Trump meets Putin, China is reaching out to Europe

The EU and China launched negotiations for an investment agreement in 2013, but the ongoing threats and new trade tariffs imposed by the United States seem to have added a sense of urgency to those talks. The latest round of U.S. tariffs hit $34 billion of Chinese goods, with Beijing retaliating proportionally. Trump has also threatened there could be more tariffs against China worth $200 billion.
11/07/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Cheang Ming

Asian markets close sharply lower after US issues new list of Chinese products for potential tariffs

Asian shares closed steeply down, with mainland China stocks taking the worst hits on Wednesday as trade concerns returned to focus.
21/06/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Patti Domm

China has an Iran oil lever over Trump, and it's all playing out at OPEC meeting

In the tit-for-tat tariff war with the U.S., China said last week it would put tariffs on U.S. oil imports.
17/05/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional

China is reportedly close to removing tariffs on agricultural products in exchange for relief for ZTE

Reuters and Dow Jones reported U.S. and Chinese officials are working on a deal that would reprieve China's ZTE from crippling sanctions. In exchange, Beijing would remove tariffs on U.S. soybeans, the reports said, which cited people familiar with the matter. Soybean prices soared on the reports.
17/04/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional

China bought most Treasurys in six months in February

China increased its Treasury holdings by $8.5 billion in February, the most in six months. As trade tensions rise between the U.S. and China, speculation has grown that China could reduce Treasury purchases or even sell Treasurys.
23/03/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Nyshka Chandran

China responds to Trump tariffs with proposed list of 128 US products to target

China on Friday announced plans for reciprocal tariffs on 128 U.S. products that include pork, wine, fruit and steel. Beijing said it will take measures against the U.S. goods in two stages if it cannot reach an agreement with Washington.
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