U.S.-China Trade Conflict: How and When Will It End?

Negotiating U.S.-China trade deal.

The trade war between the U.S. and China has been going on for the past several months, and many people are starting to wonder why the trade talks haven’t been able to resolve the dispute. (Image: via Wikimedia Commons)

Hong Kong Issue Making U.S.-China Trade Deal Complicated

Chinese container ships being loaded.

The U.S. and China are currently negotiating for a deal that will put an end to the ongoing trade conflict. However, the protests in Hong Kong have complicated the issue. (Image: Media Club via Flickr)

Trade War Updates: New U.S. Legislation to Counter China’s Rare Earth Hostage Tactic

Two Chinese military officers looking at a Chinese cargo ship.

The United States is currently in a vulnerable spot when it comes to the possibility of China weaponizing rare earth minerals in the on-going trade war. (Image: Screenshot via YouTube)

From Europe to China: Russia Approves the 1,250 Mile Meridian Highway

Russia's most dangerous highway.

The government of Russia has officially approved the construction of a 1,250-mile tolled highway across the country that is aimed at shortening cargo routes. (Image: Screenshot via YouTube)

‘Bye-Bye China’: Chinese Exporters Moving Overseas to Avoid Tariffs

A bustling city in Myanmar.

Fearing U.S. tariffs will significantly damage revenues, several exporters from China are moving production to Myanmar and other nations. (Image: Dudva via Wikimedia Commons)

‘US Doing Economic Terrorism,’ Says China

Trade War Starting to Hit Chinese Manufacturing Where It Hurts

The U.S.-China trade war.

Several surveys now show that manufacturing businesses are seriously considering shifting production out of China due to the U.S.-China trade war. (Image: Screenshot via YouTube)

Rare Earth Metals: The Chinese Trump Card?

Wall Street Could Be Next Battleground in the U.S.-China Trade War

Wall Street.

As of October 2020, the number of funds invested in Chinese firms listed on American exchanges equaled roughly US$2.2 trillion. (Image: via publicdomainpictures)

Chinese State Broadcaster Showing Anti-U.S. War Movies Amid Trade Conflict