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With Mr Trump now lining up tariffs affecting nearly half of the goods arriving from China, the mining sector, which relies heavily on solid growth in Asia's engine room, lurched into the red along with metal prices.

Deals with allies like the EU, Mexico and Canada could give the administration "some breathing room on China and signal to the world that they aren't looking to fight with everyone", said Christine McDaniel, senior research fellow at George Mason University's Mercatus Center.

The review of the higher tariff is a request from President Donald Trump, who wants China to change its trade practices.

Representatives of U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He have been speaking privately as they seek to restart negotiations, Bloomberg reported, citing sources.

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"But it's not just trade data weighing on the yuan sentiment, but the latest run of China economic data has been less than stellar playing into U.S. dollar versus the yuan policy divergence". Trump and other NAFTA critics say the agreement encouraged US manufacturers to move factories - and jobs - south of the border to take advantage of lower-wage Mexican labour.

Keith Weinberger, chief executive of Empire Today, a flooring company in Northlake, Ill., said he "might be able to offset" a 10% tariff on his purchases of Chinese vinyl flooring.

Meanwhile, in corporate America, it appears that there is just one thing executives are talking about: tariffs. When Beijing immediately retaliated, Trump proposed additional taxes on $200 billion in importsーthis time affecting more consumer goods like furniture and computers. Global stocks took a tumble on Wednesday as news spread about United States plans for steeper tariffs.

China will inevitably take countermeasures if the United States further hinders bilateral trade, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Wednesday in response to Western news reports saying that Washington would more than double a set of earlier proposed levies on Chinese goods.

There have been no formal talks between Washington and Beijing for weeks over Trump's demands that China make fundamental changes to its policies on intellectual property protection, technology transfers and subsidies for high technology industries. The United States is far and away the most popular place for such investment, given the size and liquidity of markets for USA government debt and policies that are very friendly to foreign investors other financial assets and real estate.