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Google Business NewsSep 19, 2019
Never Trump Republicans quietly preparing to back Biden - Washington Examiner
Never Trump Republicans quietly preparing to back Biden  Washington ExaminerFox News Poll: Biden at new low in Democratic primary race  Fox NewsNew poll shows Warren closing the gap on Biden  CBS NewsJoe Biden is still ahead. But Elizabeth Warren is closing in.  The Washington PostOne big lesson from the General Motors strike  NJ.comView full coverage on Google News

FT.com - USSep 19, 2019
Trump's trade war puts car seat maker in a bind
Britax's dilemma illustrates the unintended consequences of Chinese tariffs

Reuters Company NewsSep 18, 2019
UPDATE 5-Trump and California go to war over clean cars
U.S. President Donald Trump and the state of California went to war on Wednesday over who should set the standards in the United States for vehicle emissions and electric cars, foreshadowing a legal battle over environmental policy issues that will affect the auto industry and consumers.

Google Business NewsSep 18, 2019
Iran's supreme leader approved Saudi oil attacks: report - New York Post
Iran's supreme leader approved Saudi oil attacks: report  New York Post Saudi oil attacks an 'act of war' by Iran, not Yemen rebels, Pompeo claims  Fox NewsTrump orders new sanctions against Iran as Saudi officials present drone wreckage  CBS NewsWe're Not the Saudis' Mercenaries  The New York Times5 takeaways from attack on Saudi oil production  USA TODAYView full coverage on Google News

Yahoo BusinessSep 20, 2018
China paper warns it won't play defence on trade as Trump lauds tariffs
China will not be content to only play defence in an escalating trade war with the United States, a widely read Chinese tabloid warned, as U.S. President Donald Trump was expected to announce new tariffs on $200 billion (£152 billion) in Chinese goods as early as Monday. The United States and China have already levied duties on $50 billion worth of each other's goods in an intensifying row that has jolted global financial markets in the past few months. Last week, the U.S. Treasury Department invited senior Chinese officials, including Vice Premier Liu He, to more talks on the tariff dispute, though scepticism remained high among trade observers on both sides over the prospects of a breakthrough.

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