Beijing said US negotiators agreed to roll back September penalties on $112 billion of imports, Trump dismissed claim.
Trump’s pushback suggested that negotiations haven’t progressed as far as hoped.
Negotiators agreed to a “phased cancellation” of tariff hikes if talks progress.
Raised costs for steel users and has done little to blunt China’s dominance of global steel production.
Price hikes may be on the way for consumers as company offsets rising costs.
Trump delayed a tariff due to take effect Tuesday on US$250 billion of Chinese goods but another increase on $160 billion of imports still is scheduled for Dec. 15.
Tariffs on US$7.5 billion on a range of European goods were approved by the World Trade Organization as compensation for illegal EU subsidies to Airbus.
PM Boris Johnson needs all the support he can get to push any Brexit deal past the deeply divided Parliament.
Manufacturers note rising input costs, often for items hit with new tariffs in the trade war.
The number of people in work dropped by 56,000 in the three months to August from the previous three-month period.
US complaints China steals or pressures companies to hand over technology have not been addressed.
Warns of threats ranging from heightened political tensions in the Middle East to US-China preventing their trade war from escalating.
Deadlock over US allegations China steals technology and pressures foreign companies to hand over trade secrets.
Both are up against a formidable adversary that shows no inclination to yield.
U.S. farmers have been operating at a disadvantage in Japan since Trump withdrew from the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement.