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March 1 deadline extended, US to delay China tariff-increase: Trump
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March 1 deadline extended, US to delay China tariff-increase: Trump

US President Donald Trump yesterday announced the extension of the March 1 deadline for increasing tariff on import of Chinese products, saying there had been "significant progress" made in negotiations with a visiting trade delegation from the far-east nation.
US team reaches China to engage in trade deal talks
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US team reaches China to engage in trade deal talks

US negotiators were in Beijing today for another round of talks on a trade deal with the clock ticking towards a March 1 deadline set by US President Donald Trump.
China and US begin talks to sort out trade differences
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China and US begin talks to sort out trade differences

Top officials from the US and China have begun talks to sort out their trade differences, in particular, to identify steps that address the concerns of US President Donald Trump on intellectual property and reduce the balance of trade, a media report said.
US signs MoU with Indian company for power-project in AP
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US signs MoU with Indian company for power-project in AP

The US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) and Indian private sector firm IL&FS Energy Development Company Limited (IEDCL) have signed a MoU for the development of a 41 MW hybrid wind, solar, and energy storage power plant in Andhra Pradesh.
Trade war: US announces 10% duty on additional $200bn Chinese-goods
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Trade war: US announces 10% duty on additional $200bn Chinese-goods

The US today announced beginning the process of imposing tariffs of 10% on an additional $200 billion of Chinese imports, intensifying the trade war between world's two largest economies.
Trump admin calls retaliatory tariffs by China, India, EU unjustifiable
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Trump admin calls retaliatory tariffs by China, India, EU unjustifiable

Retaliatory tariffs imposed by the European Union, China, India, Turkey, and other countries on US exports are "completely without justification" under international norms, the Trump administration said.

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