Stemningen mellom Kina og USA (tarifftråd)


U.S. reaches deal with China’s ZTE that includes $1 billion fine, commerce secretary says

The Trump administration has agreed to relax its punishment of Chinese telecom company ZTE, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Thursday.

The company will pay a $1 billion fine and fund a new in-house compliance team staffed by U.S. experts, Ross told CNBC.

The move eases a seven-year ban on ZTE buying American parts, which Commerce levied in April. At the time, the Chinese government complained that the action could put the company, a major employer and star of the Chinese technology industry, out of business.

“We are literally embedding a compliance department of our choosing into the company to monitor it going forward. They will pay for those people, but the people will report to the new chairman,” Ross said. “This is a pretty strict settlement. The strictest and largest settlement fine that has ever been brought by the Commerce Department against any violator of export controls.”

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/us-reaches-deal-with-chinas-zte-that-includes-1-billion-fine-commerce-secretary-says/2018/06/07/ccffa4b0-6a52-11e8-9e38-24e693b38637_story.html?noredirect=on&noredirect=on&utm_term=.cabe3fa454b2
Sunrise
04.03.2019 kl 18:52 3725

Denne linken var for det meste i rødt (unntatt Rec). Optimismen over igjen og Rec tilbake til rødt imorgen?

Ikke vanskelig å se poenget hvorfor kineserne må skjerpe seg når det gjelder å respektere avtaler. Light'ern jobber for å få ordninger som hjelper med å få bekreftet at kinesernes løfter reelt lar seg gjennomføre. Dette eksempelet viser hvilke utfordringer en står ovenfor.

"Besides, international suppliers who have suffered from China-based clients' failure to honor their orders now ask PERC solar cell makers in the country to place security deposits for equipment orders and will not start processing the orders until they obtain the deposits, the sources indicated."

https://www.digitimes.com/news/a20190305PD218.html

US negotiators to fly to Beijing next week for new round of talks to end trade dispute

US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to meet Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He

But some US officials are concerned that China is pushing back against American demands as progress slows toward a deal

Topic | US-China trade war

https://www.scmp.com/news/world/united-states-canada/article/3002419/us-negotiators-fly-beijing-next-week-new-round

US President Donald Trump says tariffs on Chinese imports may remain in place for a ‘substantial period of time’
As the trade war between the US and China continues, Trump says tariffs will be kept in place to ensure China ‘lives by the deal’

https://www.scmp.com/news/world/united-states-canada/article/3002584/us-president-donald-trump-says-tariffs-chinese
Origo
20.03.2019 kl 23:50 2120

Med denne avklaringen fra Trump så er det bare for styret i rec å stenge ned Moses Lake, forhåpentligvis midlertidig. Da er det lite sannsynlig med markedsadgang i Kina i de nærmeste månedene.

Bare ikke Lighthizer og Mnuchin har forhandlet om noe annet. Det vil ikke forundre meg om Trump har tråkket i salaten nok en gang,
Nå handler det om tillit mellom forhandlerne, ikke handel.

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/03/20/cramer-china-trade-talks-is-now-more-about-trust-than-the-trade-gap.html
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BUSINESS NEWS
MARCH 28, 2019 / 3:14 AM / UPDATED AN HOUR AGO
Exclusive: China shifts position on tech transfers, trade talks progress - U.S. officials

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-china-trade-exclusive/exclusive-china-shifts-position-on-tech-transfers-trade-talks-progress-u-s-officials-idUSKCN1R905P

China will continue to suspend extra tariffs on US vehicles, auto parts

The goodwill gesture comes after US decision to delay tariff hikes on Chinese imports

https://www.scmp.com/news/china/politics/article/3004051/china-will-continue-suspend-extra-tariffs-us-vehicles-auto

China ‘regrets’ WTO ruling after losing grain import quota case brought by US

World Trade Organisation panel decided China’s system of tariff rate quota system for rice, wheat and corn violated international trading rules

Case was filed by the administration of former president Barack Obama in December 2016 before Donald Trump began the ongoing US-China trade war

https://www.scmp.com/economy/china-economy/article/3006862/china-regrets-wto-ruling-after-losing-grain-import-quota-case

China leaders vow to reform, not to stimulate, economy as trade deal with US nears

Surprisingly strong growth in first quarter of 2019 brings shift in policy focus

Beijing’s pledges chime with Washington’s demand for ‘structural reform’

https://www.scmp.com/economy/china-economy/article/3006951/china-leaders-vow-reform-not-stimulate-economy-trade-deal-us
Inord
23.04.2019 kl 07:34 754

At straffetollen på polysilikon fjernes helt, og ikke bare reduseres, er nok avhengig av hva amerikanerne gjør.

Dette er nok et godt eksempel på hvordan kineserne forholder seg til straffetoll generelt, så lenge amerikanerne ikke vil fjerne straffetoll på sin side.
Og er også i tråd med kinesernes handlemåte når de importerer soyabønner uten pålagt toll som en del av forhandlingene, men ikke fjerner straffetollen på soyabønner.

The step would involve China moving retaliatory duties it imposed starting last July on $50 billion worth of U.S. goods to non-agricultural imports, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the discussions were private. The shift is because the U.S. doesn’t intend to lift its own duties on $50 billion of Chinese imports even if an agreement to resolve the trade war between the two nations is reached, one the people said.


https://farmpolicynews.illinois.edu/2019/04/u-s-china-trade-talks-planned-timeline-and-agricultural-issues/
grabein
10.05.2019 kl 06:17 468

WASH­ING­TON—Pres­i­dent Trump de­cided to let a tar­iff hike on $200 bil­lion of Chi­nese goods go into ef­fect at 12:01 a.m. Fri­day even as trade ne­go­ti­a-tions re­sumed, and the pres­i-dent also threat­ened to move ahead with fresh levies on every­thing else China sells to the U.S. that isn’t al­ready sub­ject to tar­iffs.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-to-move-forward-with-china-tariffs-trump-says-11557424081?emailToken=933c8682cf6fa818a45a13a4fb9b1ca5/D5SerCN5zpL3G/LgSLCP/S2+k5itzV1py1mzKn21cog8VFPtKcdMxA+AfeNYTIs2dt42oqHGGBZPhfa7ozZG+33UjQiqv5J55kBKRY+AXY%3D&reflink=article_copyURL_share
micke78
10.05.2019 kl 06:41 389

Tullar som i slutändan bekostas av jänkare och amerikanska importörer/ konsumenter, förstå det den som kan... förhandlingarna fortsätter idag, medan Trump twittrar och tradar, sitter kineserna lugna och önskar avslut idag-
micke78
10.05.2019 kl 06:53 350

För jag tror på riktigt att han/något av hans bolag agerar på de finansiella marknaderna, läskigt men högst sannolikt