Life is getting harder for China's migrant workers, as cheap mass production moves to other countries. The Chinese economy is changing, leaving many low-skilled workers behind.
Washington and Beijing have agreed on measures to "substantially" reduce the US trade deficit with China after two days of talks. The deal calls for China to start buying more US products.
With a booming economy and low unemployment, Hungary is desperate for workers in all sectors. But with ongoing massive emigration and a closed door to immigration, the situation is likely to get even worse.
The US treasury secretary announced that a looming trade war has been put "on hold." But European officials are worried that a new trade deal between the US and China could come "at the expense of Europe."
Beijing has dropped an anti-dumping investigation into US sorghum, in what experts view as a conciliatory gesture aimed at averting a trade war between the two countries during ongoing talks in Washington.
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