The US wants to completely overhaul its trade relationship with China. That will have a significant effect on China’s economy. But it’s got plenty of other problems to worry about, too, says John Stepek.
Donald Trump has slapped another $200bn-worth of tariffs on Chinese goods. John Stepek looks at what’s behind the move, and what a trade war would mean for investors.
If the trade war between the US and China worsens, both countries’ growth will suffer as they raise barriers against a wider range of goods and make it harder for foreign companies to gain footholds.
Will America’s west coast or China’s east win the battle for tech firm supremacy? It’s still all to play for, says Matthew Lynn.
A trade war with China might be a vote-winner for Donald Trump, but there are unlikely to be many winners, says John Stepek. Investors should plan accordingly.
The tit-for-tat trade skirmish between America and China intensified this week with Beijing announcing its own set of tariffs.
China’s president will ditch limits on how long he can stay in power. Matthew Partridge reports.
The world is changing. The disinflationary environment of the last couple of decades is rapidly vanishing. You need to be ready for inflation, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
China looks on track for annual growth of about 6% this year, rather than the 6.7% widely expected.
China’s President Xi has consolidated his power. His focus may now switch to the nuclear crisis.
China’s president Xi Jinping has tightened his grip on the reins of power.