Southwest Airlines flight turns around after crew members discover human heart onboard
China orders up to 2 million tons of American soybeans, United States says
Surprise! Apple Building $1 Billion Campus in Austin
Shaktikanta Das assumes charge as RBI Governor
ACCC calls for greater powers to investigate tech giants
'China talks are going very well'
07 December 2018, 11:52 | Austin Hogan
Trump at the G20 leaders summit in Buenos Aires Argentina
China's government said Thursday it will promptly carry out a tariff cease-fire with Washington and is confident they can reach a trade agreement, suggesting Beijing wants to avoid disruptions due to the arrest of a tech executive.
China and the USA have reached agreement in the sectors of agriculture, autos, and energy, and China will immediately start implementing that consensus, a government spokesman said.
China yesterday appeared to try to ease concerns by saying it would "immediately" implement measures agreed under the truce.
Talks during the 90 day period during which President Donald Trump has agreed to suspend US tariff hikes will start by focusing on farm goods, energy and automobiles, said a Ministry of Commerce spokesman, Gao Feng.
Lawyer: Trump resort hired undocumented workers
Morales said she made a decision to speak out because she felt exhausted of the president's unceasing vilification of immigrants . Trump could often provide welcome incentives to staff, presenting them with cash tips.
The White House has said China had committed to start buying more American products and lifting tariff and non-tariff barriers immediately, while beginning talks on structural changes with respect to forced technology transfers and intellectual property protection.
The Washington Post reported, though, that tariffs on U.S. cars had only been raised earlier this year in response to Trump's trade war escalation. It also would begin buying products from United States farmers "immediately".
That was compounded by news that a top executive at Chinese telecoms giant Huawei had been arrested in Canada and faces extradition to the U.S. over allegations the firm had broken sanctions linked to Iran.
"When it comes to the trade policies that have been proposed so far specifically, I think we can all expect that there will be further tariff increases on USA imports of Chinese goods, whether that's within the 90-day window that we are now operating under a pause or outside that window", Anderson told a small group of reporters in Beijing on Thursday.
Free public transport being planned in Luxembourg
Children and young people under the age of 20 already travel for free and many qualify for an annual mPass, which costs €150. And secondary school students are provided with free shuttles between their places of study and their home.
Mika Singh released, will be produced before UAE court: Envoy
Before that, Mika was arrested at the Mumbai airport for allegedly carrying Indian and foreign currency beyond permissible limit. Mika was reportedly picked up from Bur Dubai, a historic and commercial district with many hotels, around 3 am on Thursday.
Wall Street spooked by trade truce
Hong Kong's Hang Seng index fell 1.6 percent to 26,840.74 points and the Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.7 percent to 2,647.55. Oil prices headed higher ahead of an OPEC meeting on Thursday, where members are expected to agree to cut output in 2019.