Trump signs U.S.-Taiwan travel bill that China has opposed
Friday, 16 March 2018 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Friday signed legislation that would allow U.S. officials to travel to Taiwan to meet their Taiwanese counterparts, a move certain to anger China, which views Taiwan as a wayward province.
US President Donald Trump signs off on tariffs against China that "could" hit imports worth as much as $60 billion, put in place to retaliate against what Trump says is a "tremendous intellectual property theft situation". Despite the tariff, Trump insists China is still "a...
President Trump issued many thanks to President Xi of China on Tuesday, including for “his enlightenment on intellectual property.”
President Trump issued many thanks to President Xi Jinping of.. Source: Geo Beats -
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The United States will not apply new steel and aluminium tariffs to the European Union, but China will be taxed. US President Donald Trump has signed a presidential memorandum aiming to slap tariffs on.. Source: Euronews English -