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Rajesh Kumar Singh

Retailers howl as U.S. trade agency locks in 15% tariffs on Sept. 1

29 Aug 2019

WASHINGTON/DECATUR, Ill. The Trump administration on Wednesday made official its extra 5% tariff on $300 billion in Chinese imports and set collection dates of Sept. 1 and Dec. 15, prompting hundreds of U.S. retail, footwear, toy and technology companies to warn of price hikes.

Trump to announce plan to boost biofuel demand soon: U.S. agriculture secretary

29 Aug 2019

WASHINGTON/DECATUR, Ill. U.S. President Donald Trump will announce a plan to boost demand for biofuels within weeks, his secretary of agriculture said on Wednesday, as the administration seeks to assuage farmers angered by its expanded use of oil refinery waivers.

On-off trade tariffs wreak havoc on U.S. company planning

24 Aug 2019

CHICAGO Win Cramer thought his company was out of the firing line in the escalating Sino-U.S. trade war after his "Made-in-China" wireless headphones, speakers and earbuds were taken off Washington's tariff list a year ago.

UPDATE 5-Deere to slash costs after trade war hits earnings

16 Aug 2019

CHICAGO, Aug 16 Deere & Co. on Friday announced a review of costs after a combination of the U.S.-China trade war and bad weather dented its quarterly profits, forcing the company to trim its full-year earnings forecast for a second time in the past three months.

Farm equipment maker Deere's dealers reel from trade war, bad weather

10 Aug 2019

CHICAGO When China announced this week that it had stopped buying U.S. agricultural products and might impose additional tariffs on farm shipments from America, Dave Schmidt braced for another blow to his business.

Farm equipment maker Deere's dealers reel from trade war, bad weather

09 Aug 2019

CHICAGO, Aug 9 When China announced this week that it had stopped buying U.S. agricultural products and might impose additional tariffs on farm shipments from America, Dave Schmidt braced for another blow to his business.

Explainer: Trump's China tariffs - Paid by U.S. importers, not by China

02 Aug 2019

CHICAGO With U.S. President Donald Trump's announcement on Thursday of tariffs on another $300 billion of Chinese imports, nearly all goods from China will be subject to import taxes, and Trump says they generate billions of dollars in revenues for the U.S. Treasury from China.

Caterpillar earnings disappoint on weak China sales, higher costs

24 Jul 2019

CHICAGO Caterpillar Inc's earnings on Wednesday missed Wall Street's estimates, hurt by a combination of weak sales in China and higher production and restructuring costs, sending its shares lower. | Video

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