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Trump readies tariffs on another $200 billion in Chinese goods

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Published 2:38 PM EDT Sep 17, 2018





















WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump’s chief economic adviser suggested Monday that the administration is ready to slap new tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese imports.The administration already has slapped a 25 percent tariff on $50 billion in Chinese goods, including farm equipment, motorcycles, mopeds, electronics, and plastics.
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What’s in a name: Why China insists on Chinese Taipei rather than Taiwan

According to the “One China” policy, Beijing considers Taiwan a province of China, although Taiwan calls itself a democratic, self-ruled country.Although the two participate separately in international events, China has repeatedly insisted that Taiwan should be called “Chinese Taipei”, reflecting a deep anxiety to prevent international recognition of Taiwan as a country.
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Prodded by Beijing, Air India joins others: Taiwan is now Chinese Taipei

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“Taipei, Taoyuan International Airport, TPE, Chinese Taipei” — this is how the Air India website now refers to Taiwan, more than two months after a diktat by the Civil Aviation Authority of China.The move comes after several other airlines including Delta Airlines, Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Japan Airlines and Air Canada also changed the name to avoid any tussle.
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Trump Backs Softer Restrictions on Chinese Investment

President Trump said Wednesday that he supported a bipartisan push in Congress to broaden the authority of a government body that reviews foreign investments for security threats.]The decision will forestall more draconian curbs on Chinese investment that the White House had been considering, such as limiting investment in technology and manufacturing industries by declaring an economic emergency.
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Chinese Flight Attendants Caught Smuggling Turtles

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Smuggling is a problem the airline industry faces often, but one flight attendant pleaded guilty Thursday to illegally bringing two-dozen turtles into China.com, a Chinese national named Huaqian Qu was working for China Eastern Airlines as a flight attendant when he was caught at Los Angeles International Airport on May 12 attempting to smuggle turtles in his work luggage.
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