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Chinese goods can grow 25% customs duties, not 10%, as Trump's anger

Scott Kennedy, a China expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said that raising tariffs to 25 percent would put significant pressure on Chinese leaders to devalue their currency even further, causing further losses Compensate exporters. "We can expect further devaluation and intense internal debates over a one-time devaluation," said Kennedy. $ 200 billion in Chinese goods worth …

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Dow drops more than 150 points after the US introduced new tariffs on Chinese goods

Shares of Boeing and Caterpillar – two companies with high foreign sales – each fell by more than 1 percent. The chip makers also retreated as Nvidia, Intel and Advanced Micro Devices fell by more than 0.5 percent. "Despite industry headlines, S & P 500 companies should make robust profits, with disproportionate revenue growth and significantly higher margins," said Dubravko …

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Some US goods seem "inevitable" for China

J.B. Forbes | St. Louis Postal Shipping | TNS | Getty Images Truck driver Marion Howard observes soybeans in his truck on Wednesday, October 11, 2017, at Chris Crosskno's farm near Denton, Mo. A wave of Chinese tariffs on US goods will follow Friday's trading tensions between the two countries will continue to worsen.

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Golden Nuggets: Garoppolo sells goods

Good Morning! Looks like Jimmy Garoppolo's merchandise sales are not going down in the foreseeable future, as he's one of the best-selling names in the offseason. If that's not interesting, check out this: The best selling jerseys so far this season! Top 24 Sellers: https://t.co/0y44JPWgAw (via @OfficialNFLShop ) pic.twitter.com/SLDOqv70SO – NFL (@NFL) 29 June 2018 What does that mean? Look …

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Canada closes tariffs on US goods, vows on workers

Justin Trudeau's government has agreed to pay US $ 16.6 billion (US $ 12.6 billion) in US goods and donated money to businesses and workers damaged by US taxes on Canadian steel and aluminum exports. Secretary of State Chrystia Freeland announced last action on Canada's National Day on July 1. Products such as beer kegs, mustard and certain jams have …

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Brexit: The EU will reject the single market for proposed goods for May

BRUSSELS – The European Union will reject any Brexit agreement that will allow the UK to remain in the domestic market for goods, a source close to the Business Union negotiating team told Business Insider. The UK Government is reportedly considering a Brexit policy, which stipulates that Britain retains its membership of the internal market for goods in order to …

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Durable goods orders from the US can be shipped in 2018

Tim Boyle | Bloomberg | Getty Images A shoppers looking at washing machines and dryers in Glenview, Illinois. New orders for capital goods and deliveries in the US fell unexpectedly in May, but data for the previous month have been revised higher, suggesting moderate growth. Business spending for second-quarter equipment The Commerce Department said Wednesday that Orders for non-military capital …

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Malaysia estimates the goods confiscated in the ex-PM investigation to be $ 273 million

Malaysia's economic crime chief, Amar Singh, shows a picture of jewelry at a press conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Wednesday, June 27, 2018. The Malaysian police say the total value of cash, jewelry and hundreds of watches and handbags confiscated The money laundering investigations related to former Prime Minister Najib Razak's totaled $ 273 million. (Vincent Thian / Associated …

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Battle of the Titans: US, China trade spat and its impact on goods

By Hareesh V Concerns about the trade war between the world's leading economies have led to large fluctuations in the global financial and commodities market. The US imported several million imported goods from China last week, and the latter retaliated by charging a tariff on American products. The US government imposed duties on metal imports from Europe, Canada and Mexico. …

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