US and China started talks to prevent a trade war – Economy to be decisive factor in Egyptian election - Indians ponder new almost worthless one-rupee note
Global trade tensions have been brewing for months with tariffs and counter-tariffs flying between the US, China and several other countries. The US government has now challenged some of the tariffs at WTO level.
The US Federal Reserve says US business owners are already scaling back investment plans on the back of concerns over the escalating trade conflict with China. Nonetheless, the US economy is in good shape, it says.
US President Donald Trump has been running his country like a business. The best thing his international partners can do is treat him like the thin-skinned chief executive he is, says DW's Kate Ferguson.
As the US seeks to curb Chinese cybertheft and forced technology transfers, DW asks how vital it is that the US preserve its tech dominance? At issue is Beijing's state-backed industrial policy "Made In China 2025."
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