The U.S. increased tariffs on all steel and aluminum imports
China imposed tariffs on U.S. imports worth three billion USD.
The U.S. announced a potential 25% tariff on Chinese imports worth of 50 billion USD.
China responded by proposing a 25% tariff on U.S. imports worth of 50 billion USD.
The U.S. banned ZTE from doing business with U.S. companies for seven years.
First round of trade talks took place in Beijing.
Second round of trade talks held in Washington
Two sides agreed to put the trade war on hold.
Third round of trade talks took place in Beijing.
The U.S. agreed to allow ZTE to resume limited business with U.S. companies. The first round of tariffs on imports, worth of 34 billion USD respectively, began.
The U.S. announced plans to levy tariffs on 200 billion USD of Chinese goods.
China announced a retaliation plan on 60 billion USD's worth of U.S. imports.
The second round of tariffs on imports, worth of 16 billion USD respectively, began.
The U.S. announced 10 percent tariffs on 200 billion USD of Chinese imports, a 25% rise, from 2019 China announced retaliatory tariffs on 60 billion USD of U.S. imports.
The third round of tariffs implemented.
Xi and Trump talked on phone.
China and the U.S. agreed a 90 days truce.
China announced to suspend additional 25% tariff on imports of U.S. autos from January 1.