The U.S. Senate passed a bill Wednesday that would ban all goods from or made in China’s Xinjiang region unless importers can prove they weren’t made with forced labor, a move that could potentially have…
Members of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) introduced a bipartisan bill to ban all imports from western Xinjiang, China, on Wednesday, asserting it is impossible to keep items manufactured by Muslim slaves out of…
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Prices for imported goods plunged by more than expected in October, undercutting critics who claimed tariffs would hurt consumers
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U.S. imports of advanced technology goods from China fell by nearly $20 billion in the first seven months of 2019.
President Trump accused China of attempting to renegotiate terms of a trade deal with the U.S. and announced a big tariff hike.
Investment is weakening and durable goods orders have declined in three out of the last four months.,