Trump appears to forget to sign executive orders during photo op - The Hill (blog)

President Trump on Friday announced two new executive orders aimed at tackling long-standing concerns around trade enforcement, but appeared to forget to actually sign the orders during the announcement. White House video showed Trump entering the ...

Trump talks up orders on trade, but neglects to sign them - Fairfield Citizen

President Donald Trump forgot to sign a pair of executive orders during an Oval Office appearance Friday focused on reducing the trade deficit just days before he holds his first meeting with his Chinese counterpart. (March 31). Media: Associated Press.

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 targets trade abuses with executive orders - Yahoo Finance

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump signed a pair of executive orders Friday focused on reducing the trade deficit just days before he holds his first meeting with his Chinese counterpart. Trump's aides insist the timing is coincidental, but the ...

President Trump Announces Two New Executive Orders on Trade - Townhall

President Donald Trump announced the signing of two major executive orders on Friday, each aimed at cracking down on trade abuses that countries around the world use against the United States. The first order is a set of punishments designed to ...

Trump signs 2 executive orders aimed at trade abuse - WCVB Boston

President Donald Trump on Friday made the next move in his bid to reshape US trade policy, signing two executive orders aimed at combating foreign trade abuses that contribute to the US's half-trillion-dollar trade deficit. Advertisement. Trump's ...

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, ...

US President to sign executive orders on trade issues - TODAYonline

WASHINGTON — United States President Donald Trump is expected to sign two executive orders aimed at identifying abuses that are causing massive American trade deficits and clamping down on non-payment of anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties on ...

The Trump Administration Thinks We're Already in a Trade War - The Fiscal Times

Only a week away from what will probably be the most challenging meeting with a foreign leader of his presidency so far, Donald Trump has chosen an unusual way of preparing the ground. Trump will host Chinese President Xi Jinping at his Florida estate ...

Trump To Sign Executive Orders To Address Trade Deficit - RTT News

Ahead of next week's visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping, President Donald Trump is expected to sign two executive orders intended to kick-start an effort to address the U.S. trade deficit on Friday. Trump made improving U.S. trade policy a key focal ...

Wilbur Ross: Trump hasn't decided on import tax, but current situation is unfair - Washington Examiner

President Trump hasn't made a decision on the import tax backed by House Speaker Paul Ryan, but something must be done to address the unfairness that U.S. companies face in selling their products abroad, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Friday.

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 ...

Trump to US Business: Find Trade Alternatives to China - Global Trade Magazine (blog)

President Donald Trump appears to be advising United States companies to avoid doing business with China. His reason: the trade deficits the US runs up with the People's Republic. The message came in a tweet yesterday, which read, “The meeting next ...

King of Jordan plans White House visit - WHIO

Washington — President Donald Trump will welcome the king of Jordan to the White House next week. Press Secretary Sean Spicer says that King Abdullah II will visit the White House on April 5. The two are slated to discuss "a range of shared interests ...

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 ...

Trump targets Ireland's 'chronic' trade surplus with US - Irish Times

Ireland has been identified by the White House as one of a group of countries running an unfair trade surplus with the United States, as President Donald Trump takes his first steps towards revising American tax and trade policy. Mr Trump signed two ...

Trump To Sign Executive Orders Cracking Down On Trade One Week Before Chinese President's Visit - Daily Caller

Donald Trump will sign a pair of executive orders Friday in his first move to fulfill one of his major campaign promises — reshaping the U.S. trade policy. (Photo: Andrew Harrer-Pool/Getty Images). According to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, the ...

Trump set for action on trade gaps with China,India and others - Hindustan Times

President Donald Trump is set to sign executive orders instructing his administration to examine the cause of trade imbalances with over 15 countries, including China and India.(AFP). President Donald Trump is set to sign executive orders instructing ...

Taiwan targeted by Trump executive order - Taiwan News

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Taiwan was one of 16 countries to be investigated for its contribution to the United States trade deficit in an executive order to be signed by President Donald Trump Friday, reports said. During last year's presidential election ...