U.S. Solar Panel Makers Say China Violated Trade Rules

The trade case, filed at the Commerce Department, seeks tariffs of more than 100 percent of the wholesale price of solar panels from China Chinese makers of solar panels. One of those American units, Suntech Power, which is owned by Suntech, a leading

Trump's $250 billion China 'miracle' adds gloss to off-kilter trade

"This is truly a miracle," China's Commerce Minister Zhong Shan said at a briefing in Beijing. The quarter of a trillion dollar haul underscores how Trump is keen to be seen to address a trade deficit with the world's second-largest economy that he has

China trade: Aussie producers cash in on Singles Day buying frenzy

Since it started in 2009, Alibaba's "Singles Day" every November 11 has developed into a 24 hour frenzy of online shopping by hundreds of millions of Chinese in free trade zones. A recent Austrade report on e-commerce in China backs the view of

U.S. Solar-Panel Maker Seeks Trade Tariffs on Foreign Rivals

In a last-ditch effort to survive, bankrupt U.S. solar panel maker China and Taiwan in 2012 and 2013 after SolarWorld Inc., which owns the largest U.S. panel manufacturing operation in Hillsboro, Ore., filed a trade complaint with the U.S. government

Trump’s S$340 billion “miracle” deals in China add gloss to imbalanced trade ties

Mr Trump has ratcheted up his criticism of China’s massive trade surplus helping pump up the headline figure. Qualcomm signed non-binding deals worth US$12 billion with Xiaomi, OPPO and Vivo, three Chinese handset makers the firm said it had

China becoming money laundering haven for Mexican and Colombian drug cartels

The country's well-developed underground financial networks have caught the attention of foreign criminals who are using China to clean their dirty money and pump it back into busted a similar operation in a Chinese wholesale district just north

Trump's $250 billion China 'miracle' adds gloss to off-kilter trade

Trump has ratcheted up his criticism of China’s massive trade surplus helping pump up the headline figure. Qualcomm signed non-binding deals worth $12 billion with Xiaomi, OPPO and Vivo, three Chinese handset makers the firm said it had “longstandi