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Trump blasts Apple’s request for Mac Pro parts from China to be exempt from tariffs, saying it should move production back to the US
President Donald Trump tweeted on Friday that Apple would not be given tariff waivers for components for the Mac Pro.
Trump just ramped up tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods. Here are all the products that will get hit.
President Donald Trump new 25% tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods will hit everything from food to chemicals to handbags.
The talks between the Trump administration and China could be contentious, but both sides have reasons to try to reach a deal to end the trade war.
US companies forked over a record amount in tariffs in October — $6.2 billion! — because of Trump’s trade war
US companies are paying more in tariffs than at any point in history as President Donald Trump's trade war starts to take its toll.
President Donald Trump told The Wall Street Journal a deal to avoid a tariff hike was unlikely to come out of his meeting with China's president.
While President Trump is talking up a deal with China, Vice President Mike Pence and other parts of the administration are taking shots at Beijing.
The CEO behind IHOP and Applebee’s perfectly illustrates how US restaurants could be one of the biggest winners of Trump’s trade war
Steve Joyce, the CEO behind Applebee's and IHOP, explained how President Trump's trade war is actually a big win for the US restaurant industry.
Trump seems to be backing down in the trade war with China after electoral blowback and growing economic worries
There are growing signs that President Donald Trump is backing off his trade war with China and a deal to drop tariffs could be on the way.
Trump’s top trade advisers appear to be on wildly different pages as the China trade war hits a critical stretch
President Donald Trump's trade team is still fractured as key talks with China about the trade war and possible auto tariffs loom.
President Donald Trump's trade war with China could get even worse now that the midterm elections are over and more tariffs could be on the way.