What does the Trump administration want? To balance the trade deficit or to protect intellectual property?
Japan's whaling fleet returned to port Saturday after its four-month hunting expedition to the Antarctic. During its voyage 333 mammals were brutally slaughtered.
It is imperative for the Indian elephant and the Chinese dragon to dance together to counter their short-term challenges and work on long-term potential, an Indian economist has said.
Recent global spotlight is on a U.S. memorandum planning to slap tariffs on China, which rattles the world as it could trigger a domino effect of protectionism and even a trade war.
Authorities issued strong statements on Saturday expressing their resolute support for the SAR government in its bid to reign in any collusion between Hong Kong separatists and external forces.
As the U.S. administration has taken an increasingly hawkish turn on China, economists agree that the U.S. high tariffs plan on Chinese imports will backfire.
A potential trade war between China and the United States would benefit nobody but rather deal a blow to all economies, Singaporean Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat said Thursday.
At the invitation of Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and Chinese president, Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), paid an unofficial visit to China from Sunday to Wednesday.
A bigger trade picture is far more beneficial than trying to overly-protect a single sector and protectionism is raising risks of setting back global trade, Japan-based experts said Wednesday.
The United States is leveraging national security as excuses to block Chinese investments, which will eventually hurt the interests of US startups and consumers, experts said on Wednesday.