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The US says it is preparing to raise tariffs on all remaining Chinese imports, as the trade dispute between Washington and Beijing escalates further. Those tariffs will affect another 300 billion dollars worth of Chinese goods and is likely to have far-reaching consequences for the global economy. The two sides ended talks for the day, but are still negotiating, even though US President Donald Trump had already more than doubled tariffs on 200-billion dollars of Chinese imports. Beijing says it will take what it calls "necessary countermeasures," but Mr. Trump says there's no rush to strike a deal. China's top trade negotiator still says he's cautiously optimistic about reaching a trade deal with the US.
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🇺🇸 🇨🇳 Could the US China US China trade: Do Trump's tariffs 1 day ago   24:21

A rift has opened up between the world's two biggest economies just as attempts to end the US-China trade dispute appear to be making progress.
The US says China is backtracking on promises, such as protecting intellectual property and stopping unfair trade practices.
President Donald Trump is raising the tariff on 200-billion dollars' worth of Chinese goods from Friday.
Beijing is promising to retaliate, and says it won't bow to pressure to make more concessions.
Both sides are taking an aggressive stance as China's Vice Premier heads to Washington for the latest round of negotiations.
So who's winning the trade war? And what happens if no deal is achieved?

Presenter: Imran Khan

Guests:
Dan Wang - analyst at the Economist Intelligence Unit's Access China Service.
Ross Feingold - Asia political risk analyst, attorney and Republian political consultant.
Einar Tangen - China political risk analyst who has advised the Chinese government on economic and development issues.

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