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When US President Donald Trump announced via Twitter on Friday that he was slapping tariffs on an extra US$300 billion of China’s exports, it was widely expected that China’s currency would slide against the US dollar...

The tentative truce in the tariff war between the United States and China negotiated at the recent G20 Summit in Japan is welcome news for Australia...

The United States is the top destination market for Chinese merchandise exports...

After eight years of negotiation Australia has finally signed a free-trade agreement with Indonesia...

Despite the national drought, Australian beef exports in 2018 increased by nearly 11 percent over the previous year, according to new Department of Agriculture figures...

Top global whiskey associations have put aside their marketplace competition to show a united front in denouncing proposed tariffs on their products...

The United States has moved aggressively to protect its own interests, renegotiating international trade agreements, imposing hefty tariffs on imports even for key US allies, and investigating the import of automobiles from Europe. ..

US President Donald Trump signed an order early last month to put a 25 per cent tariff on all steel imports and a 10 per cent tariff on aluminium imports with the exception of Australia, Canada and Mexico exempt pending NAFTA negotiations...

As trade tensions escalate between the world's two biggest economies, there are several countries that could benefit from the China-US trade war...

Beijing has wasted little time in hitting back at Washington's latest round of tariffs on Chinese imports...