Trump announces Chinese rollback of auto tariffs – POLITICO

  1. Trump announces Chinese rollback of auto tariffs  POLITICO
  2. Trump holds major meeting with China at G20  Fox News
  3. Stocks jump after the US and China reach trade truce  CNN
  4. Don’t get too excited: The US-China truce will be short-lived | TheHill  The Hill
  5. Trump Deserves Some Credit for a Truce With China  Bloomberg
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Trump announces Chinese rollback of auto tariffs – POLITICO

  1. Trump announces Chinese rollback of auto tariffs  POLITICO
  2. Trump holds major meeting with China at G20  Fox News
  3. Stocks jump after the US and China reach trade truce  CNN
  4. Don’t get too excited: The US-China truce will be short-lived | TheHill  The Hill
  5. Trump Deserves Some Credit for a Truce With China  Bloomberg
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Trump agrees not to raise tariffs on China after meeting with Xi Jinping – CBS News

  1. Trump agrees not to raise tariffs on China after meeting with Xi Jinping  CBS News
  2. Trump meets with Xi at bilateral dinner  Fox News
  3. G20: US and China agree to suspend new trade tariffs  BBC News
  4. Trump and Xi Have Much More on Their Plate Than Trade  Bloomberg
  5. President Trump campaigned as a dealmaker: He can show it with Xi at the G-20 | TheHill  The Hill
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Apple faces massive risk, and it’s not about iPhone demand or tariffs – Yahoo Finance

  1. Apple faces massive risk, and it’s not about iPhone demand or tariffs  Yahoo Finance
  2. Are App Store rules protective or over controlling?  ZDNet
  3. A look at three tricks rogue developers use to game the App Store  9to5Mac
  4. A Lawsuit Against Apple’s App Store Could Be a Big Bonus for Spotify  Rolling Stone
  5. 3 Lesser Known App Marketplaces for Entrepreneurs Seeking to Build an App Business  Entrepreneur
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Apple v. Pepper and Trump tariffs won't help falling iPhone sales – Quartz

  1. Apple v. Pepper and Trump tariffs won’t help falling iPhone sales  Quartz
  2. How Apple hopes to stop a customer lawsuit over its App Store monopoly  Ars Technica
  3. Who’s paying too much at the Apple App Store?  Los Angeles Times
  4. Apple to Shut Down iTunes Connect From December 23 to December 27  MacRumors
  5. Supreme Court looks ready to let customers sue Apple for abusing its App Store monopoly  Boing Boing
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IMF cuts world economic growth forecasts as import tariffs, emerging market issues bite

  1. IMF cuts world economic growth forecasts as import tariffs, emerging market issues bite  Reuters
  2. IMF Lowers Global Growth Forecasts for 2018 and 2019  Wall Street Journal
  3. IMF Cuts Forecast for Global Growth as Trade War Takes Its Toll  Bloomberg
  4. Trump’s tariffs will harm growth in 2019, IMF predicts  Washington Post
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Iowa farmers like US deal with Canada, Mexico, but question when tariffs will be lifted

  1. Iowa farmers like US deal with Canada, Mexico, but question when tariffs will be lifted  DesMoinesRegister.com
  2. He’s Got His Trade Deal—and His Same Nasty Attitude Towards Anyone Who Dares Ask Him a Question  Esquire.com
  3. The winners and losers of NAFTA 2.0  Marketplace.org
  4. US reaches trade deal with Canada and Mexico, providing Trump a crucial win  Politico
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Ford executive says may boost production in China to avoid tariffs

Ford executive says may boost production in China to avoid tariffsFord is looking at speeding up plans to build more Lincoln models in Chinese plants amid the growing trade war with the United States that has made US exports less attractive, a senior executive said Monday. Joseph Hinrichs, Ford’s executive vice president for global operations, said he did not see any easy resolution to the trade dispute between the United States and China. President Donald Trump on Monday imposed tariffs on an additional $200 billion in Chinese goods, prompting swift retaliation from Beijing on $60 billion in US products.


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