China has a lot to like about winding down trade tensions with the US. But questions about its economy remain.
China and the US have done a deal. But a longer-term view suggests trade tensions between the pair will only grow. What will that mean for the network of nations trading extensively with both?
Trump's trade "deal" with China is akin to wielding a sledgehammer in surgery — and about as likely to improve the patient outcome. "Phase One" is among his biggest works of destruction, says Andreas Rostek.
After securing a trade truce with China, the US president has now turned to the EU. Trump threatened car tariffs if European countries implement a digital tax. The EU says a new deal could come "in a few weeks."
Meng Wanzhou, daughter of Huawei's founder and the company's chief financial officer, is in a Vancouver court to fight extradition to the US. DW examines why Monday's hearing is so important?
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