China and EU to Stand Together in Meeting Challenges

Waves of media headlines concerning tariff war between China flood almost every corner of the world. The US president Donald Trump seems to be hellbent on reviving protectionism and has successively declared tariffs or...

Trump’s Tariffs Awaken “Sleeping Europe” to Fire Back

On June 1st, the Trump administration began to impose a 25% import duty on steel and a 10% duty on aluminum in Europe, Mexico and Canada. In response, The European Union (EU) had introduced...

China’s Good Harvest to Help Deal with the Risks

Chinese farmers are expecting another good harvest, the total output of grains is estimated to remain over 600 metric tons, making 2018 the sixth consecutive bumper year. This can help the country to enhance...

India’s Exports May Benefit from U.S.-China Trade War

In U.S.-China trade war, U.S. exports to China have been subject to China’s retaliatory tariff sanctions, resulting in a decline in competitiveness. If India can seize the opportunity at this time, strengthen its exports...

China-US Trade War Escalated by New Tariffs

Trump administration made an announcement on Monday September 17 that it will levy tariffs on $200bn in Chinese goods starting next week at 10 percent, and that will rise to 25 percent on 1...

The EU Cannot Give the U.S. a Huge Soybean Order

U.S. President Donald Trump said the European Union will start buying soybean right away as China’s retaliatory tariffs curb demand, however, the two sides seem to explain the details of their agreement in completely...

U.S. Soybean Farmers Store Their Crops Waiting for Better Prices

U.S. soybean growers are carrying out a huge gamble. Instead of selling their crops right away, they are finding out all the containers that can store soybeans, including silos, bins, bags and hoarding them...

G7 Summit: Trump Clashed with His Allies on Trade

President Donald Trump arrived in Quebec, Canada on June 8 for a summit with the G7 and clashed with his allies on trade. This is likely to be an incredibly tense meeting that highlighted...

Brazilian Coffee Exports Troubled By Lack of Ships

Brazilian coffee exporters are being troubled by insufficient shipping capacities to transport the abundant harvest from the world’s top producer, which could give rise to delayed shipment to global roasters. The delayed output of Brazil’s...

The End of ZTE Incident: The U.S. Will Lift the Ban Soon

The battle between ZTE Corp and the U.S. Department of Commerce is coming to an end. They have signed an agreement that once ZTE deposits $400 million into an escrow account, the ban of...

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EU and Japan Sign Free Trade Agreement

The European Union(EU) and Japan signed an agreement on tariff reduction on Tuesday. According to the deal, 99 percent of the tariffs on Japanese...