China import slump casts gloom
China is buying less from the rest of the world, pushing its trade surplus higher and dragging on global economic growth. Imports in the world’s second-largest economy dropped 8.5% in September for a ninth decline in the past 10 readings, while exports decreased 3.2% in dollar terms from a year earlier. Bloomberg's Selina Wang has the details.
Benedict Oramah discusses AfCFTA and how it can overcome Africa’s internal trade disputes
President of the Africa Export-Import Bank, Benedict Oramah says intraregional trade disputes in parts of Africa can be resolved through communication. To share some insight on the 500 million-dollar facility for the Manufacturer's Association of Nigeria (MAN) and efforts to strengthen economies across Africa, he joins CNBC Africa's Christy Cole for more.
U.S. threatens tariffs on $200 bln of China goods
The Trump administration raised the stakes in its trade dispute with China on Tuesday, saying it would slap 10 percent tariffs on an extra $200 billion worth of Chinese imports, including numerous consumer items, sending stocks in Asia skidding. Ryan Brooks reports.
U.S. slaps 25% tariffs on $50 Billion of Chinese goods
John Veroneau, partner at Covington & Burlington, discusses the U.S. announcing a target list of Chinese goods as part of tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese imports.