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Trump ‘perfectly happy’ to slap more tariffs on China: US commerce chief
US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says President Donald Trump is ready to impose tariffs on the remaining $300 billion in Chinese goods in the absence of a trade deal.
India may trade places with US to ship items to China
India has identified 151 products that it can export to China instead of the US and benefit from the price advantage thrown up by the retaliatory higher duties slapped by the Xi Jinping government on US products amid the intensifying trade war between the two countries.
Businesses clamor for Trump's ear as $300b in new China tariffs loom
Washington is planning another tidal wave of tariffs on Chinese imports that represent a worst-case scenario for markets and major industries on both sides of the Pacific.
China wary of outside meddling as Hong Kong unrest continues
Thousands of people have rallied again in central Hong Kong to demand the city's leader step down, a day after she suspended an extradition bill following the most violent protests in decades.
Russia, India enhance China's trade within SCO amid tariff war
China's trade volume with the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) stood at $337 billion in 2018, a rise of $47 billion since 2013, with Russia and India emerging as Beijing's biggest trading partners within the Eurasian bloc, according to a recent study by the Shanghai Cooperation Organization United Center for Business Cooperation, a copy of which was provided exclusively to CGTN Digital.
Chinese media urges retribution after UBS economist's 'insult'
Those who insult Chinese people should pay the price in order to deter would-be offenders from following suit, Chinese state media said in a sharply worded commentary, after remarks by a UBS economist about pigs sparked an outcry in China.
China dismisses Philippine claims vessel accident was ‘hit-and-run’
Beijing has confirmed that its vessel hit a Philippine fishing boat in a collision in the disputed South China Sea but dismissed claims the incident was intentional.
Hong Kong indefinitely suspends extradition bill to 'restore peace'
Hong Kong has indefinitely suspended a proposed legislation that would allow extradition to mainland China, after days of protests across the city.
China's Xi celebrates birthday with 'best friend' Putin
Chinese President Xi Jinping celebrated his 66th birthday on Saturday with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who Xi considers a close friend and who gave Xi ice cream as a present, Chinese state media reported.
Hong Kong suspends extradition bill
Hong Kong's leader on Saturday said a controversial bill that would allow extraditions to China would be "suspended" after a week of unprecedented protests.
Antibiotic-resistant salmonella strain moves from China to US
The gene that makes salmonella resistant to antibiotics of last resort has finally made its way from Asia to the United States, a new study said.
China slams US for ‘crude interference’ in Hong Kong
China has denounced as “crude interference” proposed US legislation for the annual certification of Hong Kong’s autonomy.
President Xi: China to promote ties with Iran no matter what
Chinese President Xi Jinping says Beijing will continue to promote steady development of ties with Tehran no matter how the situation changes.
China economy slump goes on in May,  with industrial growth lowest in 17 years
China’s industrial economy continued to sag in May, data released on Friday showed, as the trade war with the United States continued to hang heavy on the world’s second largest economy.
US using Hong Kong protests to inflame public opinion against China: Scholar
The US government and Western media are using protests in Hong Kong to inflame public opinion against China in their ongoing propaganda war to discredit the Asian country, says Dennis Etler, an American political analyst who has a decades-long interest in international affairs.

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