1. China's May industrial output growth cools to 17-year low as trade war bites  Investing.com
  2. China May industrial output up 5.0 percent, below forecasts, weakest in 17 years  CNBC
  3. China's May industrial output growth cools to 17-year low as trade war bites  Reuters
  4. China’s industrial output slumps to 17-year low in May  Financial Times
  5. Coordinated effort needed to shore up global economy  South China Morning Post
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China's industrial output growth slowed to a more than 17-year low of 5% in May, well below expectations, in the latest sign of weakening demand.China's industrial output growth slowed to a more than 17-year low of 5% in May, well below expectations, in the latest sign of weakening demand.

China will not make concessions on matters of principle, ministry spokesman Gao Feng told reporters at a regular briefingChina will not make concessions on matters of principle, ministry spokesman Gao Feng told reporters at a regular briefing

China says it won’t be forced into a trade deal by U.S. - The Globe and Mail

A trade war with steep tariffs will put a halt on global trade, and will plunge the world into a recession, but it’s China’s war to stop.A trade war with steep tariffs will put a halt on global trade, and will plunge the world into a recession, but it’s China’s war to stop.

Trade War Worst Case Scenario: Worldwide Trade Grinds to a Halt

Trade War Worst Case Scenario: Worldwide Trade Grinds to a Halt

Ramping up rhetoric and punishing American firms is no way to end the year-long conflict, according to Peking University scholar Wang Jisi.Ramping up rhetoric and punishing American firms is no way to end the year-long conflict, according to Peking University scholar Wang Jisi.

“Trump’s gut instinct on China might be right https://t.co/mdUAlbF2Ze”

David McWilliams on Twitter: "Trump’s gut instinct on China might be right https://t.co/mdUAlbF2Ze… "

“Trump: Wouldn't report Russia or China interference to FBI; believes Putin rather than our intelligence agencies; doesn't approve of CIA penetrating his friend Kim's regime. It's not America First. It's Trump First, with the help of dictators and at the expense of America.”

Bill Kristol on Twitter: "Trump: Wouldn't report Russia or China interference to FBI; believes Putin rather than our intelligence agencies; doesn't approve of CIA penetrating his friend Kim's regime. It's not America First. It's Trump First, with the help of dictators and at the expense of America."

“Dear China: Trump has been a disaster for your economy. Help us get rid of him & the catastrophic trade wars end. Hack the bejesus out of every single Trump operation, & make it all public. After all, it’s only “oppo research.” Game on A$;&)hole.”

Pam Keith on Twitter: "Dear China: Trump has been a disaster for your economy. Help us get rid of him & the catastrophic trade wars end. Hack the bejesus out of every single Trump operation, & make it all public. After all, it’s only “oppo research.” Game on A$;&)hole."

“on confronting China’s trade abuses, Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker triangulates from President Obama as well as Trump https://t.co/AOabYmSl0V”

John Harwood on Twitter: "on confronting China’s trade abuses, Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker triangulates from President Obama as well as Trump https://t.co/AOabYmSl0V"

China will fight to end if U.S. keeps escalating trade frictions: MOC - Xinhua | English.news.cn

China remains the hottest investment destination in the world thanks to its complete industrial system and promising consumer market, Gao Feng, the spokesperson for the Ministry of Commerce, said at a press briefing on Thursday in Beijing, rebutting reports that US tariffs are causing some companies to leave China.

Nation hottest global investment destination - Global Times

China's commerce ministry said on Thursday Beijing will not yield to any "maximum pressure" from Washington, and any attempt by the United States to force China into accepting a trade deal will fail.China's commerce ministry said on Thursday Beijing will not yield to any &q...

China says won't yield to any U.S. pressure over trade - Reuters

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HONG KONG: China may be an odd choice for investors seeking shelter from a Sino-US trade war. Yet, money managers in Asia are pouring funds into ...HONG KONG: China may be an odd choice for investors seeking shelter from a Sino-US trade war. Yet, money managers in Asia are pouring funds into ...

Seeking shelter from trade war, fund managers bet on China's consumers - CNA

BEIJING: China’s commerce ministry said on Thursday Beijing will not yield to any “maximum pressure” from Washington, and any attempt by the United States to force China into accepting a trade deal will fail. China will not make concessions on matters of principle, ministry spokesman Gao Feng told reporters at a regular briefing. Trade talks […]

China says won't yield to any US pressure over trade - Profit by Pakistan Today