Starting Sept. 1, the U.S. government began collecting 15% on US$112 billion in Chinese imports, on a wide array of merchandise including basketball jerseys, basketball shoes, basketballs and even hoops.
Report calls for open markets, reduced subsidies and government involvement.
Larger task will be helping repair Canada’s shredded diplomatic and economic relations.
Officials will “conduct conscientious consultations” in mid-September to prepare.
Statement said US authorities launched cyber attacks “to infiltrate Huawei’s intranet and internal information systems.”
Exports to the United States, China’s biggest market, fell 6.5% in July.
Patient capital means Chinese majors unlikely they will leave the oil sands anytime soon.
Alberta manufacturer is going global with its advanced excavation trucks.
Confusing messaging on China is creating problems for American businesses.
Already approaching 33 million pounds, which is nearly as much as all of 2018.
Revenue and profits have been hurt by the trade wars that began with Trump’s imposition of 25% tariffs.
Spokesman for China’s foreign ministry said he didn’t know what Trump was talking about.
Said the Canadian detentions and Meng’s arrest are not “morally similar’ to Kovrig and Spavor detentions in China.
Negotiations are deadlocked over how to enforce a trade deal.
But acknowledges his China trade policies may mean economic pain for Americans.