US-China trade talks resume in Washington - Euro zone pressures Dutch, Germans to spend more - Brazil cattle rancher fights to preserve rain forest
The US has removed tariffs on over 400 Chinese goods after American firms complained that the levies would cause economic hardship. But trade talks between the world's top two economies remain on a delicate footing.
Negotiators from the world's top two economies are meeting in Shanghai to discuss ways to ease their trade tensions, which have irked businesses and governments worldwide. Expectations for a breakthrough are running low.
Despite significant achievements, China's ruling Communist Party faces a slowing economy and a damaging trade war with the United States. DW business writer Clifford Coonan looks at the challenges ahead.
No end seems to be in sight for the bitter trade spat between the US and China, as Beijing's retaliatory tariffs on US goods kick in. China now plans to create a blacklist of "unreliable" foreign firms.
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