This Is Where the U.S.-China Trade War Stands Ahead of China’s UN Appearance


by Fortune

Fortune— The United States and China are making conciliatory gestures ahead of trade talks, but they are showing no signs of progress toward ending a tariff war.

POLITICO—China tones down expectations ahead of U.S. trade war talks. The 13th round of talks will take place this week, but a source says that the Chinese delegation is already planning to cut short its stay in Washington by one night.

Fortune—The Trade War Is Keeping U.S. Pork Producers From Capitalizing on China’s Pig Crisis. Tariffs mean American suppliers are missing—as they put it—"one of the great economic booms" for their business.

www.nytimes.com—Why We Worry About the U.S.-China Trade War. Global prosperity and peace are at risk if Beijing and Washington do not resolve their conflict soon.