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China is the world's biggest auto market but most US -branded vehicles sold in the United States are manufactured in Chinese factories. "It could happen, and rather soon!" he tweeted. "We applaud both governments for working together constructively to reduce trade barriers and open markets", Hinrichs added. In response to such concerns, the Chinese regime is reportedly planning to scrap an industrial policy, " Made in China 2025 ", in favor of a program more hospitable to foreign companies.
  • Hurlements, pleurs, vomissements... panique à bord après un atterrissage raté à Nice

    Hurlements, pleurs, vomissements... panique à bord après un atterrissage raté à Nice

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    Anne-Claire se souviendra longtemps de ce vol Marrakech-Nice. En raison du vent violent , l'avion a raté l'atterrissage et a remis les gaz brutalement, selon Nice-Matin Les passagers ont bien cru qu'ils allaient s'écraser. "Le commandant nous a indiqué que l'atterrissage était trop dangereux et qu'on partait sur Turin ", poursuit la passagère, qui voyageait avec trois amies.
  • Oil production cuts could mean a positive return locally

    Oil production cuts could mean a positive return locally

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    Once storage volumes return to more normal levels, the forced cuts will be reduced to 95,000 bpd. The government said the reduction will be evaluated monthly. "We have set out a 10,000 barrel [a day] exemption for all producers". Please understand the differential will always exist until we have enough pipeline capacity to get our products to Canadian and world markets.
  • Top Huawei executive detained in Canada, angering China

    Top Huawei executive detained in Canada, angering China

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    Meanwhile, the Canadian president Justin Trudeau declined to give more details on the swoop, in light of Meng's bail hearing on Friday, other than to say there was no political involvement. In the case of ZTE, the matter was only finally settled after the company underwent an extensive restructuring, as the United States government has made it clear that it intends to strongly enforce its export regulations.
  • You wanted it, you got it: Carney defends BoE Brexit report

    You wanted it, you got it: Carney defends BoE Brexit report

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    Mr Carney told MPs that the Brexit scenarios published last week were based on detailed preparatory work to ensure banks and other lenders were prepared, and had been asked for by the committee. "It saddens me to see the Bank of England unnecessarily drawn into this project", he said in an article on Bloomberg. "Tail risk is tail risk", he said, adding that it was "low probabilty that all these risks would happen at the same time".
  • 'MISSION COMPLETE': Photo of George H.W. Bush’s Service Dog Goes Viral

    'MISSION COMPLETE': Photo of George H.W. Bush’s Service Dog Goes Viral

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    He became such a beloved part of Bush's life that Bush even had socks with Sully's face on them as part of his colorful sock collection. "As much as our family is going to miss this dog, we're comforted to know he'll bring the same joy to his new home, Walter Reed, that he brought to 41", former president George W.
  • Des accrochages à Paris —

    Des accrochages à Paris — "Gilets jaunes"

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    Quant à l'extérieur, il a été couvert d'inscriptions hostiles, telles que " Gilets Jaunes triompheront" ou "Démission Macron". De nombreux rassemblements sont attendus en peu partout en France , notamment à Paris où la vigilance des autorités est particulièrement de mise.
  • China agrees to 'reduce and remove' tariffs on US cars

    China agrees to 'reduce and remove' tariffs on US cars

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    He said under the deal China would buy a "tremendous amount of agricultural and other product" from the United States. Qualcomm had announced it would cancel its bid to buy the Netherlands-based company back in July, after China's antitrust regulator made no decision upon the deadline's passing.
  • Fed sounds warning for financial stability

    Fed sounds warning for financial stability

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    Trump adds that he is "not even a little bit happy" with Fed Chairman Jay Powell, whom he selected previous year. Higher interest rates tend to slow economic growth over time as well as pressure stock prices. Trump argued that the Fed's policies were damaging the economy and pointed to the recent stock market declines and General Motors' announcement Monday that it would cut up to 14,000 workers in North America and put five plants up for possible closure.
  • United States stocks fall as Trump speaks of more China tariffs

    United States stocks fall as Trump speaks of more China tariffs

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    On the flip side, Lam believe Xi will hold firm on some of the changes the Trump administration desires, including requests that China "level the playing field" by ending subsidies and preferential treatment for state-owned enterprises and forced transfers of technology, changes that would make China a real market economy.
  • Philippe prêt à recevoir les

    Philippe prêt à recevoir les "gilets jaunes"

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    LIRE AUSSI Le retour de la taxe flottante? "Une déclaration qui ne devrait pas calmer les " gilets jaunes " qui dès mardi, ont rejeté le discours du président qui a annoncé vouloir limiter l'impact des taxes sur les carburants et organiser une " grande concertation ", sans toutefois renoncer à sa stratégie sur l'environnement et le nucléaire.
  • Trump warns Apple iPhones could face 10% tariff, shares sink

    Trump warns Apple iPhones could face 10% tariff, shares sink

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    Major equity indexes in the USA started the day in the negative territory on Tuesday as investors stay cautious ahead of the G20 summit, at which US President Trump and his Chinese Counterpart Xi are expected to negotiate on trade. Washington has kicked off the process of putting tariffs and investment restrictions on Chinese companies, while taking the Middle Kingdom to the World Trade Organization for dispute settlement.
  • GM Closing Lordstown Plant In 2019, Cutting Thousands Of Jobs

    GM Closing Lordstown Plant In 2019, Cutting Thousands Of Jobs

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    The US economy remains strong overall, with the unemployment rate at a near 50-year low of 3.7 per cent. Senator Rob Portman is urging GM to bring a new the production of another vehicle to the Lordstown plant. General Motors on Monday announced plans to halt productions at three factories in North America and to close two propulsion-component plants in the US.
  • Microsoft has caught up to Apple in market valuation

    Microsoft has caught up to Apple in market valuation

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    Buoyed by a broad rebound in US stocks on Monday, Microsoft jumped 3.11 per cent to $106.28, pushing its market capitalization up to a record $816-billion at mid-day. The Nasdaq has fallen more than 12 per cent since the end of September, with high-flying tech names experiencing big drops. Weaker results from several iPhone parts makers in recent days have stoked concerns that demand for Apple's flagship smartphone is slowing.