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The European Union last week rebutted several arguments the U.S. has advanced to defend its Section 301 tariffs on Chinese goods, contending in Geneva that they undermine the World Trade Organization’s dispute settlement system.

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The U.S. is not seeking a partial trade agreement with China, President Trump said on Friday, insisting he still wanted a “complete deal.”

Following China’s move to exclude some U.S. products from retaliatory duties, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative this week exempted hundreds of Chinese products from U.S. Section 301 tariffs.

A Taiwanese agriculture delegation signed a series of purchase agreements with U.S. ag groups on Wednesday in an effort to deepen the trade relationship amid ongoing U.S.-China tensions.

Global growth in 2020 is projected to be the weakest since the financial crisis, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development says in a new report that says escalating trade tensions are “endangering future growth prospects.”

Business optimism and the U.S. economic outlook declined in the third quarter of 2019 due in large part to trade uncertainty, Business Roundtable announced Wednesday.

Citing a Chinese trade delegation's visit to Washington, DC, this week, White House National Economic Director Larry Kudlow on Tuesday touted what he called a “little music in the air” between Beijing and Washington.

With U.S. lobster exports to China down more than 80 percent since June 2018, Massachusetts lawmakers including Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D) are growing increasingly concerned about their state's industry, and asking for help in finding new markets.