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Trump Advisers Urge Raising Additional China Tariffs to 25%

Trump Advisers Urge Raising Additional China Tariffs to 25%

Some administration advisers are urging President Trump to raise the stakes with a sharp increase in the level of tariffs proposed for $200 billion in Chinese imports targeted for punitive measures.

Published 2 months ago

Strong Economic Growth Boosts U.S. in Trade Battles

Strong Economic Growth Boosts U.S. in Trade Battles

China, Europe and Mexico’s economies showed fresh signs of stumbling Tuesday while the U.S. powered ahead, boosting Washington’s hand as it jockeys with them over trade.

Published 2 months ago

Judge Temporarily Blocks Distribution of Files for Printing Guns

Judge Temporarily Blocks Distribution of Files for Printing Guns

A federal judge in Washington state issued a temporary restraining order Tuesday to block blueprints for 3D-printed guns from being distributed online.

Published 2 months ago

Apple’s iPhones Power Revenue, Earnings

Apple’s iPhones Power Revenue, Earnings

Apple delivered its best-ever revenue for the June quarter, typically its weakest period, as demand for high-price iPhones remained resilient and services such as app-store sales swelled to a record.

Published 2 months ago

Why Americans Spend So Much on Health Care—In 12 Charts

Why Americans Spend So Much on Health Care—In 12 Charts

Prices are hidden behind insurance deals, hospital consolidation pushes up costs and the health sector is a growing power in the economy.

Published 2 months ago

Pakistan hits back at US resistance to IMF bailout

Pakistan hits back at US resistance to IMF bailout

Islamabad accuses Washington of using its need for funds to try to limit Chinese investment

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Indian smartphone industry finds it’s what’s inside that matters

Indian smartphone industry finds it’s what’s inside that matters

Focus moves to electronics and handset production in response to influx of foreign brands

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The UK economy since the Brexit vote — in 5 charts

The UK economy since the Brexit vote — in 5 charts

A strong performance after the referendum has given way to weakness this year

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West begins to close door on Chinese investment

West begins to close door on Chinese investment

Beijing perceives it is harder to do US deals — and that Europe is also tightening up

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Judge Temporarily Blocks Distribution of Files for Printing Guns

Judge Temporarily Blocks Distribution of Files for Printing Guns

A federal judge in Washington state issued a temporary restraining order Tuesday to block blueprints for 3D-printed guns from being distributed online.

Published 2 months ago

Kelly Agrees to Remain Chief of Staff Through 2020 at Trump’s Request

Kelly Agrees to Remain Chief of Staff Through 2020 at Trump’s Request

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly told staff that he agreed to a request from President Trump to remain in his post through the 2020 election, as tensions between the two men have eased in recent months.

Published 2 months ago

CBS Alleges Videotape of Ailing Mogul Sumner Redstone Felled Board Member

CBS Alleges Videotape of Ailing Mogul Sumner Redstone Felled Board Member

CBS Corp. alleged that its vice chairman, Shari Redstone, pushed to remove a board member earlier this year after he recorded a meeting with her father, CBS Chairman Emeritus Sumner Redstone, to document his medical condition.

Published 2 months ago

Paul Manafort Fraud Case Is Laid Out Before Jurors

Paul Manafort Fraud Case Is Laid Out Before Jurors

Paul Manafort’s lawyer told jurors that the former Trump campaign chairman was innocent of tax and bank-fraud charges but had made the mistake of trusting his associates, as the closely watched criminal trial got under way.

Published 2 months ago

Malaysia Suspects Chinese Cash Paid Troubled Fund’s Debt

Malaysia Suspects Chinese Cash Paid Troubled Fund’s Debt

Malaysian officials here are investigating whether the government of former Prime Minister Najib Razak used funds from a China-backed infrastructure program to help pay debts owed by 1MDB, the state investment fund at the center of one of the world’s biggest graft scandals.

Published 2 months ago