Wenqing Zhao

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Wenqing Zhao is a first-year student at Yale Law School and a student fellow of the Paul Tsai China Center. She was born in China and holds a bachelor's degree in Physics and Philosophy from the College of William and Mary.

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SinoTech: Trump Imposes Tariffs on $200 Billion of Goods; China Cannot Respond in Kind Anymore

President Trump announced on Monday that his administration will begin imposing new tariffs against $200 billion in Chinese imports next week. Starting on Sept. 24, the government will subject those imports to 10 percent tariffs; that tariff rate will jump to 25 percent on Jan. 1.


SinoTech: Google Plans Opening to China, and the NDAA Lets the ZTE Deal Off the Hook

The U.S.-China trade conflict has continued to escalate, as both sides appear determined not to flinch among rapidly rising tariff threats. On Aug. 7, the U.S. Trade Representative announced the list of Chinese imports that will be targeted in the next $16 billion tariff hike scheduled for Aug.