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China–United States relations

Chinese stocks are down, falling more than 5 percent as of midday, following President Donald Trump's threats to raise tariffs against Chinese-made goods on Sunday. The current negotiations for a new deal between the two countries, originally planned for Wednesday, are now in question. U.S. stock futures fell sharply as well.

Mr Trump's vow to hike tariffs raises pressure on China ahead of trade talks due to resume this week.

  1. BBC
  2. Bloomberg
  3. The New York Times
Shares hit by Trump tariff threat to China

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  1. Chinese stocks are down, falling more than 5 percent as of midday, following President Donald Trump's threats, Sunday, to raise tariffs against Chinese-made goods. The current negotiations for a new deal for the two countries were scheduled to re-start Wednesday, but are now in question. U.S. stock futures also fell sharply.
  2. Chinese stocks are down, falling more than 5 percent as of midday, following President Donald Trump's threats to raise tariffs against Chinese-made goods on Sunday. The current negotiations for a new deal between the two countries, originally planned for Wednesday, are now in question. U.S. stock futures fell sharply as well.

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