China raises tariff rates for some U.S. optical fiber products, from July 11

China raises tariff rates for some U.S. optical fiber products, from July 11BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s commerce ministry said on Tuesday it is raising “anti-dumping tariff rates” for some optical fiber products originating from the United States, effective on Wednesday, July 11. The new anti-dumping tariff rates for dispersion unshifted single-mode optical fiber imported from the U.S. range between 33.3 percent to 78.2 percent, compared with 4.7 percent to 18.6 percent as set in 2011. U.S. companies including Corning Inc, OFS Fitel, LLC and Draka Communications Americas Inc are among firms affected by the tariff change, the ministry said on its website. …


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China warns US is 'opening fire' on the world with tariff threats

  1. China warns US is ‘opening fire’ on the world with tariff threats  Reuters
  2. US Stocks Set to Open Higher as Investors Shrug Off Looming Tariffs  Wall Street Journal
  3. UK economy picks up speed as service sector growth hits eight-month high – as it happened  The Guardian
  4. The Finance 202: Republican candidates in key Senate races struggle with Trump tariffs  Washington Post
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China warns U.S. is 'opening fire' on the world with tariff threats

China warns U.S. is 'opening fire' on the world with tariff threatsThe United States is “opening fire” on the world with its threatened tariffs, China warned on Thursday, saying no one wants a trade war but it will respond the instant U.S. measures go into effect, as Beijing ramped up the rhetoric in the heated dispute. The Trump administration’s tariffs on $34 billion of Chinese imports are due to go into effect at 0401 GMT on Friday, which is just after midday in Beijing.


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Asian markets fall ahead of US-China tariff deadline

Asian markets fall ahead of US-China tariff deadlineAsian stocks fell Thursday as investors fretted over US-China tariffs due to kick in within hours and which threaten to plunge the world’s top two economies into an all-out trade war. Beijing has vowed to respond with its own tariffs immediately, arguing it has “no choice but to fight” and accusing Washington of “opening fire on the whole world” with the trade restrictions. Hong Kong shares fell 0.2 percent, while Shanghai stocks closed at a two-year low after shedding 0.9 percent.


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US 'opening fire' on world with tariff threats, says China

  1. US ‘opening fire’ on world with tariff threats, says China  Reuters
  2. Here’s What We Know About China’s Stance as Tariff Hour Nears  Bloomberg
  3. US Will Shoot Itself in the Foot If It Pulls the Tariff Trigger, China Says  Wall Street Journal
  4. China’s biggest cellphone company censors content — even in the United States  Washington Post
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China warns US 'opening fire' on world with tariff threats

  1. China warns US ‘opening fire’ on world with tariff threats  Reuters
  2. Some US companies operating in China think the trade war may have already started  Los Angeles Times
  3. China Says US Tariffs to Backfire, Damaging World Economy  Bloomberg
  4. Trump is the unlikely leader of a global fight against Chinese tech dominance  Dallas News
  5. US-China tariffs: What’s behind them, who could be hurt most?  CBS News
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Trump defends tariff moves as allies strike back

  1. Trump defends tariff moves as allies strike back  The Hill
  2. US should be prepared to walk away from the WTO: Former Trump trade advisor  CNBC
  3. Trump lobs vague threat at WTO  Politico
  4. Exclusive: A leaked Trump bill to blow up the WTO  Axios
  5. Perhaps the least surprising news you’ll read all day: Trump’s FART Act stinks to high heaven  Los Angeles Times
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European stocks drive lower as Trump ratchets up EU tariff threats

  1. European stocks drive lower as Trump ratchets up EU tariff threats  MarketWatch
  2. The EU Is Preparing Enormous New Tariffs on US Goods if Trump Follows Through on His Cars Threat  Fortune
  3. Tariff fears drag markets down as EU and Trump trade blows – business live  The Guardian
  4. Trump’s trade critics are wrong — His tariffs could bring major benefits to America  Fox News
  5. Trump stands firm on trade, even as foreign tariffs begin kicking in  Washington Post
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Trump's tariff threats suddenly look very real in the heartland of the German car industry

  1. Trump’s tariff threats suddenly look very real in the heartland of the German car industry  Washington Post
  2. Trump Threatens to Impose 20% Tariff on European Car Imports  Bloomberg
  3. Increased threat of a trade war is ramping up fears of a ‘full-blown recession’  CNBC
  4. Opinion: US needs to fight China with its own aggressive industrial policy  MarketWatch
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Trump Threatens 20% Tariff on European Cars, Seeks More US Production

  1. Trump Threatens 20% Tariff on European Cars, Seeks More US Production  Wall Street Journal
  2. Trump threatens to slam a massive tariff on European cars, which could cause economic chaos  Business Insider
  3. EU Tariffs Take Effect, Retaliating For Trump’s Tariffs On Steel And Aluminum  NPR
  4. Opinion: US needs to fight China with its own aggressive industrial policy  MarketWatch
  5. Trump threatens Europe with 20 percent tariffs on auto imports, escalating trade showdown with US allies  Washington Post
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Trump Threatens to Impose 20% Tariff on European Cars

  1. Trump Threatens to Impose 20% Tariff on European Cars  Bloomberg
  2. EU Tariffs Take Effect, Retaliating For Trump’s Tariffs On Steel And Aluminum  NPR
  3. Trump threatens tariff on all European cars  The Hill
  4. Opinion: US needs to fight China with its own aggressive industrial policy  MarketWatch
  5. Trump threatens Europe with 20 percent tariffs on auto imports, escalating trade showdown with US allies  Washington Post
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