• Morning News: July 9, 2018

    2 monthes ago - By Crossing Wall Street

    Legal Marijuana Is Coming to Canada. Investors Catch the Buzz.
    Trump's And China's Tariffs Could Do Permanent Damage To Soybean Farmers
    U.S. Exporters Will Be a Surprise Loser From Tariff Fight
    Ford: Potential Impact From Lower Global Auto Tariffs
    Leandra English Clocks Out
    Xiaomi, a Chinese Technology Darling, Slumps After I.P.O.
    Tencent's U.S. Music IPO Reflects More Upbeat Recording Industry
    China's Cosco Gets U.S. Security Clearance to Purchase Shipping Rival
    HBO Must Get Bigger and Broader, Says Its New Overseer
    Dreams of Goldman Doing Big Takeover Meet Stress Test's Reality
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  • China says tariffs on U.S. goods to be used to ease impact of trade fight

    2 monthes ago - By Reuters

    China's commerce ministry said on Monday that it will use funds collected from tariffs charged on imports from the United States to help ease the impact of U.S. trade actions on Chinese companies and their employees.
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  • In China Tariff Fight, These U.S. Seaports, Airports Have Much To Lose

    2 monthes ago - By Forbes

    A look at U.S. airports and seaports that, while they might not lose the most revenue - because they don't handle the volume of Chinese imports as those in the earlier post - stand to lose a disproportionate share. That's because China is relatively more important to them.
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  • Chinese customs clears some U.S. goods as new tariffs take effect: sources

    2 monthes ago - By Reuters

    Major Chinese ports have started clearing goods from the United States on Monday, as new tariffs on U.S. imports have gone into effect, three sources told Reuters, as a trade spat between Beijing and Washington escalated into an outright war last Friday.
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  • Chinese exporters scramble to cope with US tariffs

    2 monthes ago - By Chron

    BEIJING - Chinese exporters are scrambling to cope with a plunge in U.S. orders while China's state press shrugged off the impact of Washington's tariff hikes in a spiraling technology dispute.
    The overall blow from Friday's tariff hikes to the world's second-largest economy should be limited, according to private sector analysts. But President Donald Trump's measures targeting Chinese medical, construction and factory equipment hit small exporters that say price-conscious American customers have stopped buying.
    The general manager of Wuxi Yushou Medical Devices Co., Ltd.
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