U.S. business to Trump: Don't go through with China tariffs

U.S. business to Trump: Don't go through with China tariffs

ETFs tumbled in big USA manufacturers on Wednesday, bearing the brunt of an intensifying trade war between China and the United States.

The Trump administration has said that it is not looking for or anticipating a trade war, although the president has expressed confidence that if it came to trading blows the US would do just fine.

Mr Trump's protectionist agenda is aimed at saving USA jobs and closing what he sees as a $504bn trade gap with China and deficits with other major economies. "We can not let this continue!".

On Wednesday, China said it would not be bullied by the USA imposing punitive taxes on its products. Aiming to penalise China for "stealing" American intellectual property, the US Trade Representative proposed 25 per cent tax on 1,300 Chinese goods worth $50 billion and they included aerospace, medical and machinery industries.

With China outlining where it plans to impose tariffs on U.S. products in response, the stakes are rising.

-China trade war anything more than sabre rattling?

Speaking ahead of the official announcement, Tiankai said China would resort to the World Trade Organization dispute settlement mechanism. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, China is the second-biggest export market for American agricultural products.

"Though US soybean supplies made up 35% of China's soybean imports, it can easily be substituted with more Brazilian soybean supplies".

"Trade wars are good and easy to win", the U.S. president wrote on Twitter in early March, after impulsively announcing an increase in steel and aluminum import tariffs. Neither set of tariffs go into effect right away, though the exact timing of the Chinese measures was not clear.

The Trump administration late Tuesday unveiled a list of 1,300 Chinese products, like flat-screen televisions, aircraft parts and batteries, that could be hit with 25% tariffs. "Actually it will hurt everybody, including the United States economy itself".

But market analysts said a softening of the diplomatic language had helped take the pressure off risk-prone stocks late on Wednesday in the United States, and on Thursday more widely.

In 2017, China imported 1.2 million tonnes of pig meat, with around 65% of this coming from the European Union, and 14% from the U.S., according to data from China Customs. But the president has been clear, the administration has been clear, we're not trying to start a trade war. China has responded by proposing tariffs on things we export to them, like pork and soybeans.

U.S. stock markets have plummeted after China escalated a trade war with Donald Trump over $50 billion of newly-announced tariffs.

There are few winners in a trade war, and IL in this war has as much or more to lose than any other state.



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