U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announced fines of over $1.4 billion against ZTE last week in an agreement that would allow the Chinese telecommunications giant to continue purchasing materials critical to its business from U.S. companies.
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A war of words has erupted between President Trump and his senior advisers and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the wake of comments Trudeau made at the end of the recent G7 summit in Quebec.
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The State Department has announced it will limit the length of some visas issued to Chinese citizens visiting the U.S. The announcement comes as the Trump administration is combating U.S.-intellectual-property theft by China.
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The Trump administration has reached a deal that would keep Chinese telecom giant ZTE in business it was announced yesterday. The administration had previously barred it from doing business with American companies, including San-Francisco-based microchip maker Qualcomm, a main ZTE …Continue Reading
President Trump wrote today on Twitter that exemptions for Canada and Mexico on steel and aluminum imports would be granted only if a more equitable version of NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Association is signed between the three countries.…Continue Reading
In a surprise decision, the U.S. International Trade Commission has sided with Bombardier, the Canadian jet-maker, in a case brought by rival Boeing over planes sold to Delta. The case involved the sale of planes to Delta Airlines that …Continue Reading