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China Takes New Step Toward Opening Its Financial Markets to the World

China has pledged to launch a stock trading link between Shanghai and London by the end of this year, taking a fresh step toward opening up its financial markets and providing the U.K. with a vote of confidence ahead of Brexit.

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U.S. Accuses Chinese Firms of Rerouting Goods to Disguise Their Origin

U.S. trade officials say Vietnamese steel companies and their Chinese suppliers are guilty of routing goods through another country to illicitly disguise their origin, but the companies say they are playing by the rules of global trade.

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Bank of Japan Chief Warns of Trade-War Fallout

Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda opened his new five-year term with a warning about the impact of a U.S.-China trade fight, saying the world has become more connected and many countries could be affected.

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U.S. to Consider Additional $100 Billion in China Tariffs

President Donald Trump threatened a major escalation in trade tensions with Beijing on Thursday, saying he was considering imposing tariffs on an additional $100 billion in imports from China.

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China Threatens U.S. Cars, Planes and Soy in Response to Trump

China retaliated against proposed U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods by targeting high-value American exports, from airplanes to soybeans, in a tactic Beijing officials say is meant to secure a truce.

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Highflying Chinese Oilman Is Tripped Up; a $9 Billion Russian Deal Is at Risk

An upstart Chinese oilman with ties to military intelligence shot from obscurity to spearhead multi-billion-dollar deals around the world with the blessing of president Xi Jinping. Now, he is under investigation and a $9 billion deal for shares in PAO Rosneft is delayed.

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