China is under pressure to boost its economy as the trade war escalates  CNN

China's vast economy showed new signs of weakness last month, raising the likelihood of increased government efforts to stimulate growth as the trade war with ...

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China's factory output and consumer spending weakened in April as a tariff war with Washington intensified, adding to pressure on Beijing to shore up shaky economic growth.China's factory output and consumer spending weakened in April as a tariff war with Washington intensified, adding to pressure on Beijing to shore up shaky economic growth.

China is running out of options to hit back at the United States without hurting its own interests, as Washington intensifies pressure on Beijing to correct trade imbalances in a challenge to China's state-led economic model.China is running out of options to hit back at the United States without hurting...

No easy options for China as trade war, U.S. pressure bite - Reuters

The data suggested consumers were now beginning to cut back spending on everyday products such as personal care and cosmetics, while continuing to shun more expensive items such as cars.The data suggested consumers were now beginning to cut back spending on everyday products such as personal care and cosmetics, while continuing to shun more expensive items such as cars.

“Creating the pretext for war with Iran. The trade war with China escalates. DOD tries to hide how bad things are going in #Afghanistan. Another fascist visits the Oval Office. Then ⁦@BeschlossDC⁩ joins to discuss his great book Presidents of War. https://t.co/BpYq6o87rh”

Tommy Vietor on Twitter: "Creating the pretext for war with Iran. The trade war with China escalates. DOD tries to hide how bad things are going in #Afghanistan. Another fascist visits the Oval Office. Then ⁦@BeschlossDC⁩ joins to discuss his great book Presidents of War. https://t.co/BpYq6o87rh"

“Ignore the message of the bond market at your own risk. The ten year US note is down by four bps this morning. Yielding 2.37% Investors should be fearful of rising evidence of slowing global economic growth (likely to be exacerbated by an extended trade war with China).”

Douglas Kass on Twitter: "Ignore the message of the bond market at your own risk. The ten year US note is down by four bps this morning. Yielding 2.37% Investors should be fearful of rising evidence of slowing global economic growth (likely to be exacerbated by an extended trade war with China)."

“Trade war with China is hurting America. We are paying the tariffs in terms of higher prices not the Chinese! Farmers don’t want gov’t handouts in the form of subsidies, they want to sell their products in an open market! Open it up @realDonaldTrump ! https://t.co/0EvzjFGLE1”

Jose Hernandez on Twitter: "Trade war with China is hurting America. We are paying the tariffs in terms of higher prices not the Chinese! Farmers don’t want gov’t handouts in the form of subsidies, they want to sell their products in an open market! Open it up @realDonaldTrump ! https://t.co/0EvzjFGLE1… https://t.co/Re4Dxq6I8e"

“President Trump today called his trade war with China a “little squabble.” It’s not a squabble, it’s a disaster with huge costs for California consumers, farmers and businesses. It’s time to stop holding American consumers and producers hostage as trade talks continue.”

Sen Dianne Feinstein on Twitter: "President Trump today called his trade war with China a “little squabble.” It’s not a squabble, it’s a disaster with huge costs for California consumers, farmers and businesses. It’s time to stop holding American consumers and producers hostage as trade talks continue."

When facing a complicated situation, haste makes waste. China is ready for a protracted war.

Be it fight or talk, China is ready - CGTN

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Investment also stumbled unexpectedly, suggesting China's economy is still struggling for better footing even as a sharp hike in U.S. tariffs on Friday ratcheted up pressure on its exporters.Investment also stumbled unexpectedly, suggesting China's economy is still struggling for better footing even as a sharp hike in U.S. tariffs on Friday ratcheted up pressure on its exporters.

China April industrial output cools, retail sales growth falls to 16-year low as trade risks rise - Moneycontrol.com

Beijing to champion ‘charms of Asian’ societies as tensions rise with Washington.Beijing to champion ‘charms of Asian’ societies as tensions rise with Washington.

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China's economy showed further signs of weakness in April as the slowest growth in retail sales for 16 years highlighted the task leaders have in ramping up domestic demand.China's economy showed further signs of weakness in April as the slowest growth in retail sales for 16 years highlighted the task leaders have in ramping up domestic demand.

Chinese retail sales growth lower than expected

The time for reconciliation looks to have passed.The time for reconciliation looks to have passed.

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China's economy showed further signs of weakness in April as the slowest growth in retail sales for 16 years highlighted the task leaders have in ...China's economy showed further signs of weakness in April as the slowest growth in retail sales for 16 years highlighted the task leaders have in ...

China's economy shows further weakness as retail sales struggle - CNA

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Having stabilised earlier in the year, China's domestic and export economies have again got the wobbles, prompting speculation another round of stimulus will be needed before the new US tariffs bite.Having stabilised earlier in the year, China's domestic and export economies have again got the wobbles, prompting speculation another round of stimulus will be needed before the new US tariffs bite.

China's economy hit the brakes even before the new Trump tariffs - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

China's factory output and consumer spending weakened in April as a tariff war with Washington intensified, adding to pressure on Beijing to shore up shaky economic growth.Wednesday's unexpectedly weak data prompted suggestions Beijing will needs to boost stimulus spending and bank lending to hit this year's official economic growth target of 6 to 6.5 percent. Tariff war impactChina's factory output and consumer spending weakened in April as a tariff war with Washington intensified, adding to pressure on Beijing to shore up shaky economic growth.Wednesday's unexpectedly weak data prompted suggestions Beijing will needs to boost stimulus spending and bank lending to hit this year's official economic growth target of 6 to 6.5 percent. Tariff war impact

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