The executive director of the International Trade Centre, Arancha Gonzales, shares her views on how the ongoing row between the two largest economies is affecting global trade flows and investments.
In the misty High Tatras, industry leaders in Central and Eastern Europe said ambitious approaches are needed to tackle the challenges of technological innovation. For some in the region, Germany has a key role to play.
More and more Western firms are relying on the vast Chinese market for their sales and profits. But doing business in China means toeing the Communist Party's line and any criticism can cost them business.
US President Donald Trump spoke of "very, very good negotiations with China" after a day of trade talks at the White House on Thursday. But experts say the most one can hope for is token concessions.
The Chinese governmental agencies and commercial firms were blacklisted in the US over what it says are rights violations in Xinjiang. The US has denied the move is linked to trade talks that are set to resume this week.
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