Yi Huiman is the chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission. Photo: Simon Song

US-China trade war impact on stock market is ‘controllable’, insists China’s securities watchdog chief

  • Yi Huiman, the chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission, attempts to ease fears after latest tariffs escalation by US President Donald Trump
  • Benchmark Shanghai composite stock index lost nearly 6 per cent in May
Topic |   China economy

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Yi Huiman is the chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission. Photo: Simon Song
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Hopes of a deal to end the trade war evaporated earlier this month, amid mutual recriminations, and no new talks have been scheduled since the 11th round ended on May 10. Photo: EPA

US ‘wholly responsible’ for lack of new trade war talks with China due to ‘contradictory’ statements

  • China’s Ministry of Commerce spokesman Gao Feng also questions the ‘sincerity’ of the United States after talks broke down at the start of May
  • US President Donald Trump said this week that the US ‘wasn’t ready’ to make a deal with China during a state visit to Japan
Topic |   US-China trade war

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Hopes of a deal to end the trade war evaporated earlier this month, amid mutual recriminations, and no new talks have been scheduled since the 11th round ended on May 10. Photo: EPA
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