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How Will China Now Obtain American Trade Secrets With the New Trade Deal?

The Chinese regime plays a shrewd game when it comes to obtaining American trade secrets from American companies. In fact, one of the factors that triggered the trade war is the theft of American IP (intellectual property) by China-based groups. With the newly signed trade deal, Beijing will have to change its approach to the ...

Max Lu

Donald Trump and Xi Jinping.

U.S.-China Phase One Trade Deal to be Signed This Month

The U.S.-China phase one trade deal will be signed by President Donald Trump and Chinese officials on Jan. 15 at the White House, the president announced on Dec. 31. “High level representatives of China will be present. At a later date I will be going to Beijing where talks will begin on Phase Two!” Trump ...

Jack Roberts

Negotiating U.S.-China trade deal.

Trump Admin: No Rush to Sign Deal With China Before 2020 Election

U.S. President Donald Trump and U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross have indicated that Washington has no deadline for a trade deal with China, with the president saying that it could wait until after the 2020 election.  In London, ahead of a meeting with NATO leaders, Trump told reporters on Dec. 3: “I have no ...

Jack Roberts

President Trump giving a speech outside at the White House.

The U.S. May Soon Finalize a Trade Deal With China

Over the past several past months, the U.S. has been facing a trade conflict with China that has created confusion and fear in the global business arena. New reports suggest that we might be close to a U.S.-China trade deal soon that would end uncertainty in the markets and put the world economy back on track. ...

Nspirement Staff

Shaking hands.

Germany-China Trade Deals Not a Response to US Tariffs

Germany and China recently signed deals worth 20 billion euros (US$23.6 billion). In addition to multiple joint cooperation projects between governmental agencies, companies like BASF, BMW, Volkswagen, Daimler, Siemens, and Bosch announced Germany-China trade deals and partnerships. Just shortly prior to the deals, President Donald Trump imposed 25 percent tariffs on US$34 billion of Chinese ...

Hermann Rohr