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Trump Puts US-China Trade War on Pause

U.S. Army Chief of Staff, Gen. Ray Odierno met with commanders of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) in Beijing, China, February 21, 2014. Gen. Odierno, spoke with different Chinese commanders to strengthen and promote military to military relations between the United States and China. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Mikki L. Sprenkle/Released)

China may have won this battle, but the trade war will rage on.

US-China Trade War: Chinese Tariffs Aim at the Heart of Trump Country

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China’s response to the Trump tariffs was both swift and finely tuned to inflict maximum political damage on the president and his Republican allies in Congress.

Do Trump Tariffs Signal a Trade War?

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President Trump’s tariffs portend a far-reaching showdown within the World Trade Organization.

Stalled Global Growth Threatens US-EU Trade Talks

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Could World Bank forecasts for ‘disappointing’ global trade growth produce another lull in TTIP negotiations?

Interview: South African Ambassador to WTO Calls for Reform

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Our Geneva-based Director Benjamin Syme Van Ameringen sits down with H.E. Ambassador Faizel Ismail, South Africa’s Permanent Representative to the World Trade Organization (WTO), to discuss TRIPS, the BRICS, and what the future holds for one of the world’s preeminent trade forums.

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