Trump prepares to expand 25% tariffs to cover another US$300 billion of Chinese products.
Number 2 smartphone maker denies its products would be used for China’s cyberespionage.
Beijing says it could cut US off from exotic minerals widely used in electric cars and mobile phones.
Briefing note suggests government was bristling at depiction that Meng’s legal rights were somehow in peril.
Beijing is vehemently protesting the Trump administration’s decision last week to impose controls on exports of computer chips.
Huawei and Google are discussing possible “emergency relief measures” for its smartphone business.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesman said the pair have been arrested for allegedly stealing state secrets.
Declares a national economic emergency that empowers the US government to ban the technology and services of “foreign adversaries.”
Follows Canada at a major WTO meeting to demand China deliver proof that Canadian canola is contaminated.
Claims she was a victim of two abuses of power by Canadian arresting authorities and then by Trump.
Two separate inspections by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency have turned up nothing.
International Trade minister said Canada is pushing to solve the economically important matter.
Huawei denies accusations it might facilitate Chinese spying or is controlled by the ruling Communist Party.
Looks like further retaliation for arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.
Trump has said he’d intervene in the case if it would help secure a trade deal with Beijing.