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A look at TopBuzz, the English version of ByteDance's Chinese AI-powered news aggregator Toutiao, that rose from 1.8M MAUs in Nov. 2017 to 23M MAUs by Oct. 2018 (What's New in Publishing)

Protesters burned Chinese flags and tore down banners congratulating China’s ruling Communist Party, which will celebrate its 70th year in power on Oct. 1.

A look at TopBuzz, the English version of ByteDance's Chinese AI-powered news aggregator Toutiao, that rose from 1.8M MAUs in Nov. 2017 to 23M MAUs by Oct. 2018 (What's New in Publishing)

The move follows President Trump’s decision earlier this week to postpone a planned Oct. 1 tariff hike on Chinese imports to Oct. 15

China will suspend tariff hikes on U.S. soybeans, pork, and some other farm goods in a trade war with Washington. The move follows President Trump's decision Wednesday to postpone a planned Oct. 1 tariff hike on Chinese imports to Oct. 15.

China says it will suspend tariff hikes on U.S. soybeans and pork. The move follows the Trump administration's decision to postpone a planned Oct. 1 tariff hike on Chinese imports by 2 weeks.

The move follows President Donald Trump's decision Wednesday to postpone a planned Oct. 1 tariff hike on Chinese imports to Oct. 15.

Does Trump have any idea how many times he repeats himself? He just told reporters 3x, in succession, that he was delaying the Chinese tariff increase (to 30% from from 25%) until Oct. 15.

Trump delays scheduled tariff hikes on Chinese goods till Oct. 15. More here:

President Trump announced on Wednesday a two-week delay, until Oct. 15, of higher tariffs on $250 billion worth of Chinese-made goods. On social media, Trump called the delay “a gesture of good will.” @chuckabbott1  (paywall)

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Trump raised tariffs on Chinese imports. Here's the latest: ➡️ U.S. tariffs on $250 billion of imports already in effect will rise to 30% from 25% on Oct. 1. ➡️The remaining $300 billion in Chinese imports will be taxed at 15% instead of 10% on Sept. 1

BREAKING: U.S. President Donald Trump announced he will raise tariffs on Chinese goods. Starting Oct. 1, the U.S. will raise tariffs by 5% on $250B worth of goods to 30% from 25%. And starting Sept. 1 the tariffs on $300B in goods would be hiked to 15% from 10%

Trump says $250 billion of Chinese goods now under 25% tariff will be subject to 30% tariff starting on Oct. 1

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Interpol says its president, Chinese national Meng Hongwei, resigned hours after Chinese authorities announced they were investigating him. He had been reported missing Oct. 4.

A Chinese-built railway linking #Ethiopian  capital & port of Djibouti is set to fully operate on Oct 5, Africa's 1s…

Chinese RMB joins the IMF's SDR basket on Oct 1, 2016 - an important milestone. What are the implications?

Oct 3 2016, Newsweek "On at least 2 of Trump’s last 3 construction projects, [he] opted to purchase his steel... from Chinese manufacturers"

IMF Completes SDR review, Chinese Renminbi to join SDR on Oct 1, 2016 as the fifth currency

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