trade war

Some American farmers are not ready to vote for President Donald Trump in 2020 even after he said he was settling his trade war with China,
"Make no mistake about it, Trump's administration is no friend to America's dairyland," Democratic Gov. Tony Evers said of the U.S. agriculture secretary.
The state could be key to his reelection, but the tariff wars are devastating key voting blocs.
The top Democrat on the House Agriculture Committee insists farmers need the money.
Mounting financial stress could further push the grim tally in rural America.
For the first time since Trump launched his trade war, American households face price increases.
China is a now a "lost market" for agriculture, said Roger Johnson as he sounded the alarm on U.S. farmers' dire situation in Trump's failing trade war.
The trade war is resulting in "hidden taxes paid by American individuals and families," the footwear brands wrote.
There were "numerous ... highest-level calls" from the Chinese, Trump insisted, but when pressed for details later, he said he didn't want to talk about them.
During the G-7 summit, President Donald Trump claimed serious trade talks with China are on the table.
The Trump administration has repeatedly claimed its tariff battle with China isn't hurting Americans.
The editorial slammed Trump's imperious order to U.S. businesses, blowing a gasket and tanking stocks in no-win trade war with China.
French President Emmanuel Macron put climate change high on the summit's agenda, which also includes discussions on inequality.
Trump faces a tepid reception as anxiety grows over a global economic showdown and tension over trade, Iran and Russia.
“I think our tariffs are very good for us,” he said hours after the Federal Reserve chairman warned that "trade policy uncertainty" is rattling the U.S. economy.
Ordinary things like cellphones, clothes, shoes and toys imported from China will get more expensive when Trump's tariffs take effect before the holidays.
The conflict over trade and technology is threatening to tip a weakening global economy into recession.
The president defended his escalating trade dispute with China "whether it’s good for our country or bad for our country short term."
President Donald Trump declared himself “the Chosen One,” while defending his administration’s decision to continue the trade war with China.