Tough talk on global trade escalates as Trump claims results

China says WTO ruling on Obama tariffs shows US is a 'repeat abuser'

China says WTO ruling on Obama tariffs shows US is a 'repeat abuser'

In return, Beijing later announced retaliatory tariffs of $3 billion on its American imports.

On Thursday, US President Donald Trump imposed massive trade tariffs amounting to Dollars 60 billion on China, in a move that could escalate into a global trade war, given the accelerating trade tensions between the two countries.

The comments from WTO spokesman Fernando Puchol came after US authorities said they would put new tariffs on Chinese goods over its complaint that Beijing steals or forces foreign companies to hand over technology.

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The United States Trade Representative, which led the seven-month investigation into China's intellectual property theft and made recommendations to the Trump administration, found that "Chinese theft of American IP now costs between $225 billion and $600 billion annually".

China "urges the US side to resolve the concerns of the Chinese side as soon as possible" through dialogue and "avoid damage to the overall situation of Sino-US cooperation", it said. The Trump administration says it wants to impose the tariffs in response to China's "economic aggression".

There is a chance select product categories could get exempted from the tariffs.

Of the 1 million foreign nationals enrolled at US schools, almost one-third are from China - double the number of any other country. Imports from China accounted for 36.4% of total apparel and textiles imports in the 12 months from January 2017 to January 2018, according to the U.S. Commerce Department. Once the World Trade Organization began moderating global trade in 1995, use of Section 301 virtually disappeared.

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With more than 85 million disabled people and 40 million elderly people who need nursing care and assistive devices, China has the largest demand for assistive products and is a huge potential market for the industry, said Li Xi, head of China Assistive Devices and Technology Center for Persons with Disabilities. Others said China has misjudged how determined the Trump administration is to resolve some of these issues and is mistaken now if it underestimates Washington's resolve.

The U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs also have irked Japan, America's closest ally in Asia. China typically responds to trade salvos proportionally, which economists call a tit-for-tat response.

It retaliated on Friday afternoon with plans for more than $4 billion in tariffs on United States pork, aluminium, wine and other products. He has shown few signs of acquiescing to USA pressure. -China trade will raise operating costs, and tech companies could even face retaliation for doing business in China.

The trade measures that the USA and China have taken against each other could have a negative impact on the global economy, Moody's said on Friday. Some said they could find alternatives from Australia and Europe, with at least one saying the tariffs could be good for China's own growers.

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The country could also take further measures, such as targeting United States agriculture - 60 percent of U.S. soya beans are sold to China.

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