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标题: 美方在推出500亿美元征税清单之后,又威胁将制定2000亿美元征税清单
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美方在推出500亿美元征税清单之后,又威胁将制定2000亿美元征税清单


  美方在推出500亿美元征税清单之后,又变本加厉,威胁将制定2000亿美元征税清单。这种极限施压和讹诈的做法,背离双方多次磋商共识,也令国际社会十分失望。如果美方失去理性、出台清单,中方将不得不采取数量型和质量型相结合的综合措施,做出强有力反制。

  美方发起贸易战,违背市场规律,不符合当今世界发展潮流,伤害中美两国人民和企业利益,伤害全世界人民利益。中方的应对既是为了维护和捍卫国家和人民利益,也是维护和捍卫自由贸易体制,维护和捍卫人类共同利益。无论外界环境如何变化,中方都将按照既定节奏,坚持以人民为中心,坚定推进改革开放,坚定推进经济高质量发展,加快建设现代经济体系。


http://world.huanqiu.com/article/2018-06/12290663.html

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-President Donald Trump directed the US Trade Representative's office to draw up a list of $200 billion worth of Chinese goods to subject to an additional 10% tariff.
-Trump said that the new tariff would go into effect if the Chinese government did not lower recently announced tariffs on US goods and failed to address the theft of US intellectual property by Chinese companies.
-The latest round of tariffs would almost definitely put the US into all-out trade war against China.


President Donald Trump threatened to escalate the trade fight with China into an all-out trade war on Monday, promising to impose massive tariffs on Chinese goods unless Beijing reverses course on its own trade actions.

Trump directed the US Trade Representative's office to begin drawing up a list of $200 billion worth of Chinese goods to hit with a 10% tariff, dwarfing the size of previous trade actions against China.

"Therefore, today, I directed the United States Trade Representative to identify $200 billion worth of Chinese goods for additional tariffs at a rate of 10 percent," Trump said. "After the legal process is complete, these tariffs will go into effect if China refuses to change its practices, and also if it insists on going forward with the new tariffs that it has recently announced."

Monday's announcement comes just three days after Trump officially announced that tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods would be subject to a new 25% tariff starting July 6. The tariffs were the result of an investigation by Commerce Department into the theft of US intellectual property by Chinese companies.

Following Trump's announcement, China rolled out retaliatory tariffs on $50 billion worth of US goods and promised to stand firm against the US's actions.

The statement from Trump on Monday said that China's response showed that Beijing had no plans to address the underlying IP theft and required escalation by the US.

"This latest action by China clearly indicates its determination to keep the United States at a permanent and unfair disadvantage, which is reflected in our massive $376 billion trade imbalance in goods. This is unacceptable," Trump said. "Further action must be taken to encourage China to change its unfair practices, open its market to United States goods, and accept a more balanced trade relationship with the United States."

In addition to the second set of tariffs, Trump also threatened to hit China with a third wave — an additional 10% on another $200 billion worth of Chinese goods — if the Beijing rolled out their own wave of tariffs.

Following the statement from Trump, US stock futures dove into negative territory. As of 8:25 p.m. ET, S&P 500 futures were down just over 0.5% and Nasdaq futures were off just over 0.65%.

The threats appear to show a near collapse of the talks designed to avoid a trade war. A delegation of Trump officials initially reached a preliminary deal with their Chinese counterparts on a preliminary trade deal that would have postponed the US tariffs in exchange for Chinese purchases of American goods.

But, Trump's decision to move forward with the tariffs caused the deal to collapse and the trade battle to escalate once again.

http://www.businessinsider.com/t ... na-trade-war-2018-6

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这篇报道还回顾了中美这次贸易纷争的历史

Here's a rundown of major events in the US-China trade battle:
March 1: Trump announces tariffs on all imports of steel and aluminum, including metals from China.
March 22: Trump announces the US will soon hit $50 billion worth of Chinese goods with a 25% tariff. China announces tariffs in retaliation for the steel and aluminum tariffs, promises response to new announcement.
April 3: The USTR announces the full list of Chinese goods that could be subject to the tariff, there is a mandatory 60-day comment period for industries to ask for exemptions from the tariffs.
April 4: China rolls out a list of more than 100 US goods with roughly $50 billion that will be subject to retaliatory tariffs.
May 19: After a visit from Chinese officials, the two countries announce the outline of a deal to avoid the tariffs.
May 29: The White House announces that the tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese goods will move forward, with the final list of goods released June 15. The move appears to wreck the nascent trade deal.
June 15: Trump rolls out the f inal list of goods subject to new tariffs. Chinese imports worth $34 billion will be subject to the new 25% tariff as og July 6, with another $16 worth of imports subject to the tariff at a later date. China retaliates with an equivalent set of tariffs.

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伤不起。

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打吧 ! 打完之后才会明瞭 " 实业兴邦 " .

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还是那句话,为了中期选举,特没谱和共和党这次是豁出去

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打完你才知道为什么说两手都要硬,弱肉强食

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你反击了,人家当然要打回来了。没的回头的,冲突只能越来越升级

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特朗普是高手

特朗普是高手啊,不要被他的东榔头西一榔头的给带离了思路,觉得这家伙没普。人家不过是为了美国利益最大化罢了,用了无数手段增加中期选举筹码,也为了遏制中国。他的最终目的是中国,我们都要警惕!当然了,所谓狭路相逢勇者胜,要打就打。

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表面看是贸易战,其实有深层次原因你懂得,虽然最后还是老百姓受苦,但是还在支持贸易战,这是一个纠错的过程,呵呵

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最终受伤的还不是电商,还不是我们这些小老百姓,只能导致世界经济的缓慢发展,给其他国家快速发展的机会。

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打吧,只有这样才能真正重视内需,重视消费,现在基本都是靠房地产

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这也算是礼尚往来吗?生意不好做啊

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一个老外写的内容,虽然是其个人观点,但看看或许更能了解这次的贸易冲突的背景。

US-China trade war is just the start of the struggle for global order

With Friday’s not-so-surprising announcement, the United States and China fired the opening volley in what will likely be a long, nasty trade war, slapping billions of dollars of tariffs on each other’s products.

But this is just the start of something much bigger: a U.S.-China “cold war,” a geopolitical competition our nation has not seen since the 1980s, that will only grow in scope and intensity as the months and years pass by.



Forget North Korea’s nukes, the Iran deal, ISIS or trade squabbles with our neighbors to the north, or even a rogue Russia. The rise of China — now the world’s second largest economy and military — will be the national security challenge of our time. Everything else is a joke by comparison.


None of this should be a shock. As if it was not abundantly clear, Washington and Beijing are locked into a multi-domain struggle that will not only determine who dominates East Asia, but which superpower can rightly call the 21st century its own.

We should have all seen this coming. The glue that cemented the U.S.-China relationship, and what brought Beijing out of international isolation — a rising Soviet Union — disintegrated the moment the hammer-and-sickle disappeared over the Kremlin.

Tensions immediately began to rise, as leaders in Beijing were already locked in for a geopolitical struggle. Going back as far as the mid-1980s, scholars have documented that Chinese officials could see the old USSR beginning to rot from the inside, meaning that America would become its next national security challenge.

And events proved they were right. Just a few years after the Soviet Union imploded, Washington and Beijing squared off over the future of Taiwan. China would soon discover that it was ill-prepared to take on any part of the U.S. military, as its armed forces could not find — not to mention attack — America’s aircraft carriers off its coast, proving that waging war against the world’s only superpower would be a colossal mistake.

From that point, China’s leadership began what can only be described as a crash course to ensure that, when another confrontation occurred, they would be ready. They set out to remake their armed forces into a modern fighting machine — spending hundreds of billions of dollars. Today, Beijing is armed with not one but two aircraft carriers and a missile force that is poised to sink the U.S. Navy from land, all the while building fake islands and bases in the South China Sea.

But China did not seek to best America just in the defense sector. Oh, no, Beijing’s aims were much more ambitious. China’s leadership, for decades now, has based their own legitimacy on the rebuilding of their national power on a strong, modern economy.

No longer just a producer of cheap goods, or the world’s low-cost factory, Beijing is now attempting to become a technological and innovation powerhouse to rival not just America but also South Korea, Taiwan and Japan. Their “Made in China 2025” plan, which commits Beijing to spending hundreds of billions of dollars on subsidies to ensure domestic companies dominate their home markets in areas like AI, self-driving cars, computer chips, solar and more, could power China to become not only the world’s largest economy but, perhaps even more importantly, the world’s technological superpower.

Maybe most concerning of all is China’s territorial ambitions. Beijing seems to be pushing out in all directions, whether trying to dominate the East China Sea, to stamp out Taiwan’s fragile democracy or to turn the South China Sea into its own personal lake; China has made it clear that it will be the undisputed master of Asia’s waters, and won’t forever tolerate Washington’s blatant interference in what it calls its “core interests” — Chinese code for “spheres of influence.”

Thankfully, the Trump administration understands the challenge. Not satisfied with media-savvy rollouts or catchy foreign policy bumper stickers like the “pivot” or “rebalance” to Asia, Team Trump is ready to take on China over the next six years. As one senior administration official told me a few months back: “We will impose costs on China.” And those actions are producing results.

From pushing back on China’s theft of intellectual and defense secrets and its unfair trade practices, to ensuring our military can fight China if war ever came, to making sure Beijing does not cheat on sanctions over North Korea, the administration is implementing the strategic shift towards Asia that should have been completed many years ago.

None of this will be easy, and Beijing will push back. Over the next few years, Americans must understand that the China challenge will be a multi-decade, long-term struggle with a nation that has the economic and military muscle to change global politics, trade flows and the very nature of international politics against our interests. That alone should make the average citizen — no matter their political persuasion — pay attention when they see the word “China” pop into the headlines.

http://thehill.com/opinion/natio ... struggle-for-global

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