Trump's orders target trade abuses, import duty evasion - Reuters

WASHINGTON U.S. President Donald Trump sought to push his crusade for fair trade and more manufacturing jobs back to the top of his agenda on Friday by ordering a study into the causes of U.S. trade deficits and a clampdown on import duty evasion.

Trump walked out of an executive-order signing ceremony without signing the executive orders - Yahoo Finance

President Donald Trump walked out of an executive-order signing ceremony Friday, without signing the orders. The two executive orders were aimed at tackling trade abuses. Trump gave brief remarks in front of a gaggle of reporters and cameras in the ...

Trump ups pressure on global trade 'cheaters' - Yahoo News

President Donald Trump on Friday vowed to root out unfair trade practices around the world and target countries that contribute to America's substantial trade deficit. "From now on those who break the rules will face the consequences, and there will be ...

Trump says new trade orders set stage for manufacturing revival - Reuters

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a signing ceremony of executive orders on trade, accompanied by Vice President Mike Pence (C) and U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross (R) at the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, U.S., March 31, ...

Trump to sign executive order directing comprehensive review of major causes of trade deficits - Yonhap News

WASHINGTON, March 31 (Yonhap) -- U.S. President Donald Trump will sign an executive order directing a comprehensive review of major sources of trade deficits, officials said, as they named South Korea one of the 16 countries the U.S. runs large ...

Trump trade crackdown 'not about China' - BBC News

President Donald Trump has signed two executive orders targeting the US trade deficit, ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's state visit. One order includes a study looking at causes of the deficit by examining unpaid duties and foreign trade abuses.

Trump preparing to name and shame trade 'cheats,' including India - China Post

WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump will order staff Friday to pinpoint countries and goods responsible for America's nearly US$50 billion trade deficit, in a protectionist warning shot to trade partners like China. Top administration officials said ...

Start a trade war? Commerce's Wilbur Ross says the US is already in one - Yahoo Finance

The United States will no longer bow to the rest of the world on trade because President Donald Trump plans to act, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross told CNBC on Friday. "We are in a trade war. We have been for decades. The only difference is that our ...