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17 Aug

China-U.S. trade war biting, Global factory growth slowing

Factory growth stuttered across the world in July, heightening concerns about the global economic outlook as an intensifying trade conflict between the United States and China sent shudders through trading partners. By Times News
17 Aug

Tory Brexit supporters have eyes shut to jobs threat from no deal, warns ex-minister

Too many Conservatives have their “eyes shut” to the Brexit threat to tens of thousands of jobs and the wider economy, a senior MP warned today. By Times News
17 Aug

China-UK Financial Cooperation Explored During the CEIBS London Forum

The opportunities for China and the UK to collaborate within the financial sector in today’s post-Brexit, fintech and big data focused environment was explored in depth during a forum co-hosted by China’s leading international business school last Friday. --Report by Charmaine N. Clarke By Times News
17 Aug

Britain’s bosses be invited to Chevening business summit

Executives from some of Britain’s biggest businesses will hold talks with the Brexit Secretary later this month, days after the Government is due to set out plans for the UK’s future relationship with the EU. By Times News
17 Aug

China Vice Premier Liu says China, EU aim to conclude talks on bilateral investment deal

China agrees with EU to resolutely oppose trade protectionism By Times News
17 Aug

6,000 jobs to go as House of Fraser store closures confirmed

The shops earmarked for closure, including its flagship Oxford Street store in London, will remain open until early 2019. By Times News
17 Aug

CYBG, Virgin Money join forces to take on Britain’s biggest banks

Mid-sized bank CYBG has agreed a 1.7 billion pound all-share deal to acquire Virgin Money, which it said will create Britain’s sixth-largest bank by assets and a stronger challenger to the country’s top four lenders. By Times News
17 Aug

UK builders hold on to modest recovery, Brexit worries weigh - PMI

Britain’s construction industry in May maintained its modest recovery from a hit during the snowy start to 2018, but worries about Brexit were causing some projects to be put on hold, a survey showed today By Times News
17 Aug

In Portugal, trust in China is the art of the deal

Utility company EDP (EDP.LS) may balk at the meagre 5 percent premium offered for its shares by China Three Gorges (CTG) but the battle for Portugal’s biggest business has largely played out already. By Times News
17 Aug

US and China trade war put ’on hold’ after progress made in negotiations resulting FTSE

FTSE 100 hits record high as Trump trade war fears ease as US pulled back from starting a trade war with China that could have sent shockwaves through the global economy. By Times News
17 Aug

EU concerned about ’collateral damage’ from U.S.-China spat - commissioner

EU official said as he criticised Washington for breaking a years-long push to force Beijing to cut steel and aluminium exports, it may suffer from America’s escalating trade spat with China By Times News
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Belt and Road Portal

- is a development strategy proposed by China's paramount leader Xi Jinping that focuses on connectivity and cooperation between Eurasian countries.

China Import Export Fair

- or Canton Fair is a trade fair held in the spring and autumn seasons each year since the spring of 1957 in Canton, China.

Department for International Trade

- is a United Kingdom government department responsible for striking and extending trade agreements between the United Kingdom and non EU states.
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