China to Emerge Victorious From Trade War With US - Foreign Ministry

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As negotiations toward resolving the U.S. The Dow Jones industrial average closed down more than 600 points, and Nasdaq sunk 3.4 percent when the closing bell rang Monday afternoon.

Duties of 5 percent to 25 percent will take effect on June 1 on about 5,200 American products, including batteries, spinach and coffee, China's Finance Ministry said.

The retaliation had been expected.

President Trump had struck a genial tone in tweets on Friday, calling the talks "candid and constructive".

For months, as United States and Chinese officials sparred at the negotiating table, China's media downplayed the trade tensions. This, because it is hard for China to retaliate with equal measures since China imports a lot less from the US than the other way around. "Would be wise for them to act now, but love collecting BIG TARIFFS!"

Kudlow was considerably more measured on Fox News Sunday. -China trade war were fired May 10, with the Trump administration increasing duties on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports to 25 percent from 10 percent.

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He argued that the U.S.is reaping "billions" through tariffs, so he may impose additional levies even as Republican allies and American farmers urged him to find an acceptable way out of the trade war. The annual spending of average American family of four will see a rise of 767 USA dollars on household goods if a 25 percent tariff is imposed on 250 billion US dollars in Chinese goods, reducing American employment by 934,000.

The United States is "sucking the blood of the Chinese", said a comment left on the "Strong Country" blog of the ruling Communist Party's newspaper People's Daily.

Chinese Vice Premier Liu He talks with U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin as they depart a round of trade talks in Washington on Friday.

Beijing is running out of US imports to penalize because of the lopsided trade balance between the world's two largest economies. But markets there are still higher than analysts had predicted.

The president started raising tariffs last July over complaints China steals or pressures foreign companies to hand over technology and unfairly subsidizes Chinese businesses that are striving to become global leaders in robotics and other technology. For instance, last week at the White House, he said: "Our country can take in $120 billion a year in tariffs". Not by us. A lot of people try and steer it in a different direction. Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan are seen as particularly exposed, along with economies such as Australia that have a large trade weighting toward China.

He added that "Many companies are leaving China so that they will be more competitive for U.S. buyers".

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On Twitter, Trump warned Xi that China "will be hurt very badly" if it doesn't agree to a trade deal.

"The American worker is getting killed by this", former Vice President Joe Biden said Monday on WMUR, a New Hampshire radio station.

This week, "trade war" is again spiking, according to the analysis.

The rising trade hostilities could damage the economies of both countries. "You've got to do what you've got to do". When you place tariffs on imports into the United States from China, you are placing a tax on those products. To date, tariffs have largely affected raw materials like chemicals and wooden beams used to make other products, so the cost increases appear incremental to the consumer.

Beijing's response comes after the White House increased tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods to 25 percent from 10 percent. And that could grow.

Trump has threatened to extend tariffs to the remaining $300 billion or so in Chinese tariffs that haven't been targeted yet, but told reporters Monday: "I have not made that decision yet".

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