• China Announces $60 Billion of U.S. Goods for Tariff Retaliation
China Announces $60 Billion of U.S. Goods for Tariff Retaliation

Beijing fought back with matching tariffs on the same amount of US exports to China. "Cooperation is the only right choice for China and the United States", Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said after meeting US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Singapore, according to China's official Xinhua news agency.

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  • Apple becomes world's first public company worth $1 trillion
Apple becomes world's first public company worth $1 trillion

Apple is officially the first American company to hit a $1 trillion valuation. Apple's cult following is largely credited to Kawasaki, who coined the phrase evangelism marketing, a strategy that helps companies get customers to believe so strongly in a product that they try to convince others to buy it.

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  • Sekulow:
Sekulow: "High Level Negotiations for Pastor Brunson" Ep. 482

But Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan insisted that sanction threats would not force Ankara to take a "step back", in comments reported on Sunday. His next hearing is set for October 12. He also said his foreign minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, would hold talks with U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo on the sidelines of an ASEAN meeting i...

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  • Parasite warning for salads, wraps at Kroger, Trader Joe's, Walgreens
Parasite warning for salads, wraps at Kroger, Trader Joe's, Walgreens

Here's the list of recalled products . Pre-cut melon from Caito was linked to a salmonella outbreak this past spring. The affected items were distributed nationwide to stores including Trader Joe's, Kroger and Walgreen's. The infection is caused by Cyclospora cayetanesis, an intestinal parasite, according to the FSIS. The symptoms include ...

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  • No, McDonald's Isn't Launching a Cryptocurrency, Despite What It Appears
No, McDonald's Isn't Launching a Cryptocurrency, Despite What It Appears

Customers can redeem the MacCoin for a free Big Mac at participating restaurants in the US and in more than 50 countries. The company will distribute over 6.2 million MacCoins across the globe. Locations of the guards will be available on the McDonald's NZ Facebook page. Those kind of periodic campaigns should help keep the Big Mac relevant for...

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  • Harley Davidson’s NEW 250cc-500cc motorcycle to take on Royal Enfields
Harley Davidson’s NEW 250cc-500cc motorcycle to take on Royal Enfields

The company has categorically mentioned that this new product will be brought to India with intent of further broadening the customer access to Harley-Davidson motorcycles and also fuel the company's growth in India. The company said it plans to launch its electric motorcycle in 2019 and will release additional models through 2022. "Alongside our e...

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  • Apple could become the world's first trillion dollar company today
Apple could become the world's first trillion dollar company today

Apple sold 11.6 million iPads, 41.3 million iPhones, and 3.7 million Macs during the quarter. High-priced iPhones continued to sell well with the iPhone ASP hitting $724. "We're thrilled to report Apple's best June quarter ever, and our fourth consecutive quarter of double-digit revenue growth". Sales in that sector rose 31 percent to $9.5 bil...

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  • Trump says U.S., European Union are aiming for
Trump says U.S., European Union are aiming for "zero tariffs"

Earlier on Tuesday, Nebraska Sen. Details were not announced and the White House did not respond to questions about what, specifically, the two leaders agreed to. It means that they are competitive", Trump told Glor. The full impact of the trade dispute, according to Stanley, has yet to be fully felt by farmers - except when it comes to fee...

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  • American pastor detained in Turkey moved to house arrest
American pastor detained in Turkey moved to house arrest

Trump said Brunson "is suffering greatly". "Brunson is an innocent man, there is no credible evidence against him", Pence said. "We will continue working until Andrew Brunson is a free man and there is justice for him and for other unjustly detained American citizens and local Turkish employees of the United States diplomatic mission", Ko...

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  • Mondelez Recalls Ritz Crackers on Salmonella Concern
Mondelez Recalls Ritz Crackers on Salmonella Concern

The recall affects only certain products in a list that can be seen on the company's website. Some people are more vulnerable to infection than others, including young children, the elderly and people with weakened immune systems. These products have been sold in the U.S., including Puerto Rico & the U.S. Virgin Islands. Anyone who has these prod...

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  • Images Show North Korea Dismantling Key Facilities at Satellite Launching Station
Images Show North Korea Dismantling Key Facilities at Satellite Launching Station

Dr Narang says the Sohae test site could be destroyed, and North Korea could continue to improve their missile force and produce nuclear weapons. As Pompeo spoke in California, Trump told an audience of USA veterans in Kansas City he hoped the remains of American soldiers killed in the 1950-53 Korean War would be returned by North Korea soon - ...

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  • Ritz Bits pulled from shelves due to possible salmonella contamination
Ritz Bits pulled from shelves due to possible salmonella contamination

Food contaminated with salmonella may not look or smell spoiled but can still make you sick, the agency said. A number of food recalls have been issued for goods sold in Atlantic Canada. "Healthy people may experience short-term symptoms such as fever, headache, vomiting, nausea, abdominal cramps and diarrhea". So far no complains of illnesse...

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  • European Union to fine Google a record $5bn over Android
European Union to fine Google a record $5bn over Android

The president took to Twitter Thursday, where he wrote - "told you so" - after the European Union slapped a five billion dollar fine on the tech giant. It it fails to overturn it, the company will have 90 days to change its practices or risk facing an even larger fine. Android, which runs about 80 per cent of the world's smartphones accordi...

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  • EU fines Google a record $5 billion over mobile practices
EU fines Google a record $5 billion over mobile practices

Google Search is pre-installed as the default web search service on most Android devices sold in Europe, closing off ways for rival search engines to access the market according to the European Union ruling . Google is also blamed for laying out harsh guidelines which restrict OEM from developing Android forks based on AOSP. Denmark's Ves...

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  • Elon Musk calls Thai cave rescuer a pedophile on Twitter
Elon Musk calls Thai cave rescuer a pedophile on Twitter

Unsworth claimed the pod "had absolutely no chance of working" and Musk's team "had no conception of what the cave passage was like", contradicting information Musk posted as SpaceX and Tesla engineers worked with other members of the rescue team to make sure the device would fit through the tightest spots.

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  • Prime Day has started with outages on Amazon.com
Prime Day has started with outages on Amazon.com

The catch is that you have to be an Amazon Prime member to take advantage of the deals. For Prime Day devotees who also happen to be big fans of the best shows on TV (which, c'mon should be everyone, right?), the annual event makes for a, uh, prime opportunity to scoop up cool merch that shows just how devoted your fandom really is.

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  • China files WTO challenge to USA $200B tariff plan
China files WTO challenge to USA $200B tariff plan

Articles appear on euronews.com for a limited time. The Trump administration has slapped tariffs on steel and aluminium imports from Europe as well as on products from Mexico, Canada and China , sparking retaliation and fears of a global trade war.

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  • Bus companies look at options following Greyhound decision
Bus companies look at options following Greyhound decision

Cassidy said people in the Maritimes saw an end to bus services six years ago after an global company there dropped its routes, but Maritime Bus picked up the slack within weeks. He said tickets for the new routes would be in the $90 to $125 range. Passengers place their luggage on a Greyhound bus before departing from Vancouver, on Monday .

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  • Tesla hits 200,000 U.S. sales, tax credit phase-out to commence
Tesla hits 200,000 U.S. sales, tax credit phase-out to commence

As Indians eagerly await Tesla vehicles to hit the roads, Elon Musk , the CEO of the company, could now well be on his way to India. "Incredibly impressed with Tesla China team & potential for the future". "I think it's really coincidental". Analysts noted that the announcement did not estimate the cost of the plant, or how it would be finance...

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  • UK Clears 21st Century Fox To Buy Sky
UK Clears 21st Century Fox To Buy Sky

The offer brings it in line with Fox's bid of £14 per share, but below Comcast's bid of £14.75. Fox's board is backing the Disney chief executive's offer and Fox shareholders are set to vote on the deal on July 27. In the US, Comcast rose 2.3% to 34.55 dollars and Fox fell 0.9% to 47.38 dollars. And earlier this year, Disney created a dir...

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  • Another strong jobs report. Here's why unemployment jumped
Another strong jobs report. Here's why unemployment jumped

This suggests difficulties of finding qualified workers are hugely overstated. Despite a relatively tight labour market, wage growth remains stuck in the 2 per cent range, with the annual gain of 2.7 per cent unchanged from May. "The tariffs jumble things about what we should expect to see in the next few months", said Cathy Barrera, chief econom...

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  • Oil mixed as US crude stockpiles show surprise build
Oil mixed as US crude stockpiles show surprise build

US crude futures dropped 90 cents, or 1.2 percent, to $73.22 per barrel as of 11:18 a.m. EST (1518 GMT). Oil earlier traded near its highest in 3-½ years Thursday, boosted by potential disruptions to flows from Iran and the Middle East despite a new demand from U.S.

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  • China 'counterattack' expected after U.S. tariffs take effect
China 'counterattack' expected after U.S. tariffs take effect

US stocks are up slightly more than 2 percent this year as investors have weighed the threat of trade frictions against the strong performance of the USA economy . our workers for a long time". In contrast, China imports only about $125 billion worth of goods from the US. The products, all sold on Chinese e-commerce platforms, ranged from pet ...

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  • Hispanic Unemployment Reaches Record Low, Media Praise Labor Force Rate
Hispanic Unemployment Reaches Record Low, Media Praise Labor Force Rate

The job growth shows the labour market shrugging off worries about a slowdown triggered by trade fights or rising borrowing costs. The report showed that Canada's trade surplus with the US narrowed to $3.3 billion in May, from $3.7 billion April, as more imports headed north across the border and south-bound exports decreased.

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  • China rejects ‘blackmail’ on eve of United States tariff hike
China rejects ‘blackmail’ on eve of United States tariff hike

At 12:01 a.m., the US slapped a 25 percent tax on $34 billion worth of Chinese imports . The Commerce Ministry statement didn't provide details on its retaliation. farmers in states that backed Trump in the 2016 USA election, such as Texas and Iowa. China has promised to respond with additional tariffs on USA goods.

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  • The US-China trade war is about to get real
The US-China trade war is about to get real

Many investors fear Washington will go ahead with its plan to impose tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods on July 6, which Beijing has vowed to match with tariffs on us products, raising the risk of a full-blown trade war. Chinese state media has promoted the message that the European Union is on China's side. Chinese stocks slipped...

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  • Leaked Document Shows Trump Wants To Destroy WTO Relationship
Leaked Document Shows Trump Wants To Destroy WTO Relationship

It's the acronym for the Act that's caught the attention of Twitter though. President Donald Trump hasn't addressed the FART Act controversy as of this publication but he did tweet Tuesday morning, saying, "The economy is doing perhaps better than ever before, and that's prior to fixing some of the worst and most unfair Trade Deals ever m...

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  • Trump administration says China Mobile should not access USA market
Trump administration says China Mobile should not access USA market

Commerce Department assistant secretary David Redl said that after "significant engagement" with the Chinese mobile giant, "national security interests were unable to be resolved". China Mobile , the world's largest telecom carrier with 899 million subscribers, did not immediately respond to Reuters' request for comment. Customers could include...

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  • Top US business group assails Trump's handling of trade dispute
Top US business group assails Trump's handling of trade dispute

On Monday, Trump said the World Trade Organization has treated the U.S. US Chamber president Thomas Donohue said: "Tariffs are simply taxes that raise prices for everyone". And he is pressuring Canada and Mexico to agree to rewrite the North American Free Trade Agreement to shift more auto production to the United States and encourage compa...

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  • Crude Price Falls On Saudi Arabia Production Increase, CAD Follows
Crude Price Falls On Saudi Arabia Production Increase, CAD Follows

In addition, the Kingdom has also been in the forefront of the countries providing much-needed financial and economic assistance to poor countries and those experiencing difficulties due to natural calamities. Abu Dhabi said it's ready to increase oil output in line with guidance set by OPEC and allied producers, echoing comments by Saudi Arabia ...

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