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  1. Mnuchin, Lighthizer, Liu He

    Trump says could extend China tariff deadline

    President Donald Trump said on Friday (Feb 15) the trade negotiations with China were going "extremely well" and again offered the possibility of ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping attend a working dinner af

    Commentary: Careful not to humiliate China in trade negotiations

    The US push to ditch support for China's state-owned enterprises is one red line that countries should be careful not to cross, says the Financial ...
  3. U.S. President Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping chat as they walk along the front

    Trump says could extend China trade talks deadline

    The comments came as the third round of trade negotiations were set to resume in Beijing to avert more than doubling tariffs on US$200 billion in ...
  4. Huawei's global image has been further shaken by a slew of criminal charges filed in the US

    Commentary: Huawei is the casus belli for a broader US-China showdown

    Numerous charges have been levelled at Huawei but none as damaging as the underlying complaint that Huawei helps China to spy.
  5. trade talks

    US, China resume trade talks with a chill in the air

  6. A woman walks past a Huawei shop in Beijing

    Commentary: Huawei charges are killing prospects of a US-China trade deal

    This perfect storm will evoke bitter memories for China’s top negotiator as he arrives in Washington, says one observer at the Financial Times.
  7. US Federal Reserve

    US Federal Reserve begins interest rate meeting

  8. China has announced a series of measures to support the economy, which is tipped to have grown in

    Commentary: China’s economy is certainly slowing but growth is still robust

    Still, the Chinese government should consider counter-cynical measures to tackle the country's economic slowdown, says on observer.
  9. More employees are seeking legal help as companies lay off workers or withhold salaries

    Businesses struggle as cracks appear in China's economy

    Cracks are opening in China's mighty economy: investors are backing away from deals, factories are moving abroad and companies are shedding jobs.