Negotiators are plowing ahead to try to secure a deal by May 1, which is also when temporary exemptions for U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs on imports from Canada and Mexico are due to expire, sources say.
While the setback may simply represent a pause in investment, businesses may be somewhat hesitant to spend as they assess U.S. trade policy following the implementation of tariffs on steel and aluminum.
Bosch’s new process optimizes thermal management of exhaust temperatures, slashing nitrogen oxide emissions to one-tenth of the legally permitted limit, and doesn’t require new hardware.
China is trying to reduce a reliance on $200 billion of annual semiconductor imports. It buys about 59% of the chips sold around the world, but in-country manufacturers account for only 16.2% of the industry’s global sales revenue.
1366 Technologies has picked its own trade fight with President Donald Trump.
The Trump administration is right to fight China's self-serving trade policies. But the approach is all wrong.