China's Moves Towards a Free Market Economy - In the Interview: Chinese Government Banking Supervisor Li Jiange
US President Donald Trump has hit out again at US trading partners, indicating he is ready to impose tariffs on every product imported from China into America. Trump also ramped up attacks on the EU and Federal Reserve.
Chinese media noted the 'coincidence' between what they called de facto German protectionism and EU-US moves this week to avert a trade war. Meanwhile, some in Germany want a tougher trade stance on China.
Donald Trump's trade war threats likely dominated Angela Merkel's meeting with the Chinese premier. But could rallying around a common economic foe push concerns over human rights and business practices to the side?
Two years after an advisory referendum resulted in a 52 to 48 percent vote to leave the EU, thousands of people took to the streets of London to call for another vote on the terms of the deal.
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