Published: Wed, June 27, 2018
Markets | By Noel Gibbs

EU's Katainen: Forced tech transfers still practiced in China

EU's Katainen: Forced tech transfers still practiced in China

In the end, he was persuaded by the president and other Cabinet members to use blunt tools to address risks from Chinese investments, they said.

The news is a big deal.

Since the start of 2018, US President Donald Trump has been throwing around threats of trade tariffs, and in many cases has begun imposing them on various types of US imports.

With new tariffs and tariff threats seemingly arriving every few days, it is good to take a look at what products Trump has chose to turn his "tariff gun" on, and which countries are bearing the brunt?

The U.S. Department of Defense said in a press release that Mattis will make his seventh trip to the Indo-Pacific region since he took office.

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In the wake of losing ground in steering U.S. economic relations with China, a key job description of a U.S. Treasury secretary, Mnuchin has chosen silence in an effort to preserve his personal credibility with financial markets and even allies.

"China takes a positive attitude to cooperation with the French side", Li said.

Mnuchin, who is seen as a moderate who wants to strike a deal with China to avert a tariff battle, called out the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg. CNN confirmed some of those details Monday.

The Wall Street Journal also said the US Commerce Department and National Security Council were proposing enhanced export controls to keep technologies from being shipped to China. That includes the aerospace, robotics and automotive industries. French nuclear group Orano and China National Nuclear Corp announced an agreement for preparatory work on a used fuel processing and recycling plant in China.

"There's no plans to impose investment restrictions on any countries that are interfering in any way with our country".

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Navarro on Monday afternoon dismissed the market's struggles as a product of momentum investing and advised that long-term investors will profit from the president's trade strategies. "So this whole idea that there's going to be investment restrictions to the world, please, discount that", Navarro said.

The Nasdaq ended more than 2% lower, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 dropped more than 1.3%.

China and the European Union vowed to oppose trade protectionism and unilateralism, saying those actions could push the world into recession in an apparent rebuke to the US. To Slam Restrictions On Chinese Investments As Trade Dispute Escalates appeared first on Channels Television.

China is now the world's second-largest beef importer, taking in nearly 700,000 tonnes of the red meat in 2017, worth about $3.3 billion, with volumes up 20 percent from the year before, according to Chinese customs.

Right now, that duty falls to the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, or CFIUS. The Trump administration, meanwhile, has replaced Barack Obama's "pivot to Asia" with an "Indo-Pacific" policy that looks to draw India into the regional security framework as a counterweight to China. Legislation that would expand CFIUS' authority has bipartisan support in Congress and the backing of top Trump administration officials.

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France got the point they needed to clinch top spot in Group C and Denmark also qualified for the last 16 in a soporific affair. Australia have been better than many expected at the World Cup and still have a chance to advance to the knockout rounds.


That effort has already faced tough lobbying from businesses, according to one of its sponsors. The administration is still debating some aspects of the new investment restrictions that are set to be announced on Friday, a government official said.

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