US President Donald Trump’s threat to impose tariffs on car imports has led to warnings of job cuts and price increases.
The US and China have made progress and come to a "phase one" deal, US President Donald Trump has said. Washington suspended the tariff hike on $250 billions in Chinese goods which was set to go into effect next week.
The US government plans to order punitive tariffs on billions of dollars' worth of EU goods after it scored a victory in a long legal fight at the WTO. Many on the EU side warn of retaliation and potential escalation.
Hundreds of migrants seeking entry to the US have blocked a bridge along the border with Mexico to protest delays in the asylum process. Tens of thousands of Central American migrants are currently stuck in Mexico.
"Donald Trump" and "tariff war" are terms that, for many people, go together. But does the EU really behave any better? Felix Steiner dismantles a few prejudices.
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