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There is a new chapter in the US - China trade war. Now President Trump has ordered all American companies to move out of China
U.S. President Donald Trump and Apple CEO Tim Cook had a meeting over the weekend talking about the U.S.-China trade war and tariffs.
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about Trump's actions that increase tariffs on Chinese imports that may affect Apple, Galaxy Fold launch and more.
T-Mobile has reportedly spent 52 nights at the Trump International Hotel in Washington while hashing out the merger with lawyers and regulators.
The Trump administration had proposed a wholesale 5G network before to heaps of criticism. Why is the re-election campaign making a big deal of it?
Amid back and forth over the past couple of days, Foxconn announced, after meeting with President Trump, that it will build a factory in the U.S. after all.
Huawei and ZTE could start to have even more problems in their commercial activities with the US if this national security ban gets to be more than a rumor
But the legal system in Canada is considering the US Justice Departments request to expedite her south to face fraud charges on sanctions breahes.
Apple's sales could be seriously affected if Donald Trump finally decides to apply a 10% tax on all Apple devices produced in China
Donald Trump believes that the average American consumer is willing to pay an extra $75 on an iPhone or $120 on a MacBook.
On the same day Governor Jerry Brown signed the law that restored net neutrality regulations on ISPs, Attorney General Jeff Sessions filed a lawsuit.
President Trump acknowledges Apple prices going up, advises company to start manufacturing its products in the US instead of China.
Employees and contractors won't be able to keep Huawei and ZTE components in place if they work for the Defense Department.
The Lira is at its all-time low against the currency market thanks to a big metals tariff straight out of Donald Trump's administration.
The column in People's Daily suggests that Apple pay up in China if trade relations with the United States continue slumping.
Step by step, Chinese manufacturer ZTE is taking steps to comply with a new list of punishments to be able to buy American products again.
The world's largest carrier happens to also be owned by the Chinese government. While there are other intervening factors going on, Trump has a trade pawn.
ZTE's devastating US ban has technically not been lifted yet, but with a new chairman and board of directors, the Chinese company is getting closer.
The talk of tech and tariffs was drowned out today by talk of "tender age" shelters and crying babies at the border. The president backed from his position.
President Trump will apparently brush against the will of Congress to lock Huawei and ZTE out of the US market, setting us up for a showdown.
Donald Trump ordered the tariffs citing "unfair practices" in intellectual property use. Mobile technology is not directly affected in the new levies.
The Defense Department's budget for the next year, as the senate has it written, will prevent ZTE from sourcing parts from US contractors.
That's $1 billion straight to the US Commerce Department and another $400 million lodged with an American escrow account.