Reuters Poll: China unperturbed by trade war at the street level

Reuters Poll: China unperturbed by trade war at the street level

The Chinese government has filed a pair of World Trade Organization cases challenging USA safeguard tariffs on solar panels as well as a series of state-level renewable energy rules that allegedly discriminate against foreign companies, according to WTO documents published Thursday.

On the other hand, China recently asked the United States to treat investors of the Asian giant objectively and precisely with regard to the recently signed the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act.

WTO complaints begin with negotiations between the parties to the conflict.

President TrumpDonald John TrumpDems make history, and other takeaways from Tuesday's primaries Pawlenty loses comeback bid in Minnesota Establishment-backed Vukmir wins Wisconsin GOP Senate primary MORE is claiming that steel tariffs imposed on China and other foreign nations will rescue the US steel industry.

Tesla board forms committee to consider going private
Musk further claimed that he had the " funding secured " to take the company private, an act that would cost up to $70 billion. The board had confirmed earlier this month that it had "met several times over the last week" to discuss going private.

Despite Trump's praise, The Journal notes that, though some some steelmakers are expanding production in the US, other USA manufacturers are still dependent on imported metals.

The Trump administration is due to impose similar increases on an additional $16 billion of Chinese imports on Tuesday.

Beyond tariffs, currency concerns have re-emerged as an issue in the Trump administration, and they are expected to come up during this round of talks.

In their technology dispute, Washington imposed 25 percent duties on $34 billion of Chinese goods it said benefit from improper industrial policies. The president has also said the tariffs have been created to promote better trade deals. China responded with similar penalties on American imports. "There are not yet any trade deals". In July, the White House said the United States and European Union would "work together toward zero tariffs" and start an "executive working group" to hopefully reach a deal.

Related Articles

  • Ex CIA directors issue unprecedented Donald Trump condemnation

    Ex CIA directors issue unprecedented Donald Trump condemnation

    Praising John Brennan's character, honesty, and integrity, he invited Trump to revoke his own clearance as well. President Donald Trump brushed off criticism from retired Adm.
    Qatar pledges $15 billion of investment in Turkey

    Qatar pledges $15 billion of investment in Turkey

    The US and Turkey are also embroiled in a bitter row over the role of Turkish bank Halkbank in skirting sanctions against Iran. He's lived in Turkey for more than 20 years and is accused by the Turkish government of terrorism and spying.
    Dhaka 2nd least liveable city on earth

    Dhaka 2nd least liveable city on earth

    Who beat Melbourne? None other than the criminal city of Vienna , best known for opera and having honestly way too many museums. Below is a ranking of the top and bottom cities surveyed, accompanied by the liveability rating for every city.
  • China, US look to diffuse trade conflict; talks slated late August

    China, US look to diffuse trade conflict; talks slated late August

    However, financial observers expressed skepticism that any tangible agreement will come from the meeting, citing that the U.S. Chinese Vice Premier Liu He held talks with US Commerce Minister Wilbur Ross in Beijing in June.
    Chad Kelly bumped up to #2 QB in Denver

    Chad Kelly bumped up to #2 QB in Denver

    Broncos rookie running back Royce Freeman had a 23-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. At this point it would be a surprise if he is on the team's season-opening, 53-man roster.
    Bud Light 'victory fridges' installed in Cleveland

    Bud Light 'victory fridges' installed in Cleveland

    "It was a cool idea to send out a wireless signal - they win, people who are lucky enough to be around can celebrate". It'll be hooked up to Wi-Fi, and when the Browns win, Bud Light will simultaneously unlock all of them at once.
  • Omarosa says Trumps offered her US$15000 a month for her

    Omarosa says Trumps offered her US$15000 a month for her "silence"

    The secret recording is one of several Ms Manigault Newman released this week to back up her claims in her new book, Unhinged . Trump also makes clear that Manigault Newman would have a lot of flexibility in where she works.
    Aretha Franklin: The sound of the civil rights movement

    Aretha Franklin: The sound of the civil rights movement

    Before her death, she had been working on an album featuring collaborations with Stevie Wonder, Elton John , and Lionel Richie. She described feeling moved when she watched Franklin perform at the 2008 inauguration of President Barack Obama.
    Celtic crash out of Champions League after losing to AEK Athens

    Celtic crash out of Champions League after losing to AEK Athens

    Celtic will now contest a Europa League playoff round tie with Latvia's Spartaks Jurmala or Suduva Marijampole of Lithuania. The shock defeat comes amidst a backdrop of increasing tension between Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers and the board.
  • Tiger prowling for first major title in decade after Koepka falters

    Tiger prowling for first major title in decade after Koepka falters

    I didn't know when I was going to start and how many tournaments I was going to play, how well I was going to play. He's got deft touch and a pure putting stroke, but is more about overpowering golf courses than overthinking them.
    Iran's Khamenei: There Will Be No Talks With 'Duplicitous' US

    Iran's Khamenei: There Will Be No Talks With 'Duplicitous' US

    He said the deal was not working and also has said Iran must stop meddling in conflicts in Syria and Yemen. They also ban purchases of U.S. dollars by Iran and sanction its automotive sector.
    On Charlottesville Anniversary, Trump Condemns 'All types Of Racism'

    On Charlottesville Anniversary, Trump Condemns 'All types Of Racism'

    As the New York Times reported, during a combative exchange with reporters at Trump Tower, the POTUS said the following. The rally is being billed as a "white civil rights rally" meant to protest "civil rights abuse in Charlottesville".