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Economía Deutsche Welle (DW) - Alemania Economía Internacional

China to lower tariffs on hundreds of products in January

Starting on January 1, China will lower tariffs on a wide range of products, including pork, avocado and medications. The move comes as Beijing battles a severe pork shortage and seeks to boost imports.
Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Teddy Ng

China to exempt US soybeans and pork from tariffs

Announcement comes just over a week before Washington is due to impose 15 per cent tariffs on US$160 billion of Chinese goods
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Evelyn Cheng

China’s Commerce Ministry says trade war should be ended by removing tariffs

China is still calling for the U.S. to roll back tariffs as part of any “phase one” agreement, as trade negotiations between the world’s two largest economies drag on.“If both sides reach a phase one agreement, the level of tariff rollback will fully reflect the importance of the phase one agreement,” China’s Ministry of Commerce spokesperson Gao Feng said in Mandarin.
Economía Financial Times - Reino Unido Economía Internacional James Politi

US considers dropping some tariffs on China

Renminbi rallies as officials debate rolling back levies on $112bn of goods to secure broader ceasefire deal
Economía The Guardian - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Phillip Inman

Trump says US-China trade deal is close, but market nosedives

Beijing sees US president as impulsive and fears he could pull out of any deal, reports say
Economía The Japan Times - Japón

U.S. will promise not to hike tariffs on Japanese autos, report says

Japan and the United States are working toward a joint leaders’ statement that would include a U.S. promise not to hike tariffs or introduce quotas on Japanese cars, the daily Tokyo Shimbun reported Monday.
Economía The New York Times - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Ana Swanson

Trump Delays Planned Tariff Increase in ‘Gesture of Good Will’ to China

President Trump said Wednesday night that the United States would delay its next planned tariff increase on China by two weeks, as “a gesture of good will” that may help to mend the seriously damaged ties between the world’s two biggest economies.
Economía Bloomberg - Estados Unidos

China Exempts Certain Products From Tariffs

China announced a range of U.S. goods to be exempted from 25% extra tariffs put in place last year, as the government seeks to ease the impact from the trade war without lifting charges on major agricultural items like soybeans and pork.
Economía The Straits Times - Singapur Economía Internacional

US to delay China tariffs on some products including laptops, mobile phones from Sept 1 to Dec 15

The United States is delaying until Dec 15 imposition of new 10 per cent tariffs on Chinese electronics, including laptops and cell phones, but going ahead with new duties starting Sept 1 on US$300 billion (S$415 billion) in Chinese goods, the Office of the US Trade Representative (USTR) said on Tuesday (Aug 13).
Economía The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Anna Fifield

China warns of retaliatory measures after Trump threatens new tariffs

Beijing on Friday sharply criticized President Trump’s decision to slap tariffs on everything that China exports to the United States, saying they were “not constructive” for reaching a trade deal and that Washington would have to “bear all the consequences” for its actions.
Economía Financial Times - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Michael Hunter

US-China trade tensions hit global markets

Stocks suffer sell-off while bonds rally on threat of fresh tariffs on $300bn of Chinese imports
Economía El Economista - México Economía Regional Roberto Morales

México desbanca a China como primer socio de EU

En medio de su guerra comercial, el intercambio con el país asiático se desplomó 14.2% de enero a abril y creció 3.3% con México; incluso Canadá superó a la potencia oriental, que quedó en tercer sitio entre los mayores socios de EU.
Economía The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Economía Regional Kevin Sieff

Mexican foreign minister prepares Washington meetings to avert the threat of tariffs

Mexico’s foreign minister warned Monday of dire economic consequences if the United States imposes the tariffs that President Trump has threatened as punishment for the flow of migrants transiting to the U.S. border. Marcelo Ebrard, who spoke at a news conference in Washington, said the threat would have no impact on Mexico’s immigration policy.
Economía Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Jonathan Stearns

EU Draws Red Line for Trump on Cars, Calling Quotas a No-Go

The European Union vowed to reject any U.S. push to curb imports of EU cars and auto parts, highlighting the risk of greater transatlantic trade tensions. es un sitio web oficial del Gobierno Argentino