European relief as US-EU trade row cools – Trade tensions top BRICS summit agenda
The Trump administration plans to upend US policy and allow lawsuits against foreign firms in Cuba. The move opens the way for new tensions with European Union allies.
Delegates to China's ceremonial legislature have approved a new law to address Western grievances about unequal market access and IP theft in the Asian giant. But concerns remain among European and US businesses.
All eyes will be on Donald Trump and Xi Jinping as they meet for trade talks in Argentina. With tougher tariffs on the horizon, China hopes to cinch a deal soon — but Trump has made it clear negotiations won't be easy.
As the EU launches a complaint at the world's trade watchdog over US tariffs, the bloc is also taking China to task. The EU warned that "if the main players don't stick to the rulebook, the whole system might collapse."
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