The United States, Canada, and Mexico finally agreed to a new trilateral trade deal – USMCA – which updates NAFTA, but also facilitates trade protectionism through the introduction of veto powers.
The European Commission has just released a report “Connecting Europe and Asia – Building blocks for an EU Strategy” within which it lays out a basic framework for “a strategy on connecting Europe and Asia.”
China announced new tariff cuts on September 26 that will come in effect in November and should lower costs for manufacturers and consumers.
The US-China trade dispute could erupt into a full-blown trade war. Here, we look at the major events of the US-China trade war and what led up to it.
Russia’s Sputnik news has conducted a poll of how people in France, Germany, the United Kingdom, United States, and Russia view China.
Russia will consider establishing a consul in the city of Harbin, in Northeast China, according to Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zhakarova.
On September 23, the Guangzhou–Shenzhen–Hong Kong high-speed rail link will start operations, connecting Hong Kong with major cities across mainland China.
The trade ministers of the parties to the China-led Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) recently agreed to push for a conclusion to the mega trade deal by November.