CEO of Cisco, which saw a huge drop in China sales, says state-owned enterprises shunned them

Chinese government-controlled enterprises are opting to work with local vendors rather than American-owned companies as the U.S.-China trade war continues, Cisco Systems CEO Chuck Robbins told CNBC on Thursday. “We certainly saw an impact on our business in China this quarter. A lot of state-owned enterprises, I think where they have options, they’re choosing local manufacturers,” Robbins said on “Squawk on the Street. ” “While it’s a small part of our business, when it falls off that precipitou


Chinese government-controlled enterprises are opting to work with local vendors rather than American-owned companies as the U.S.-China trade war continues, Cisco Systems CEO Chuck Robbins told CNBC on Thursday. “We certainly saw an impact on our business in China this quarter. A lot of state-owned enterprises, I think where they have options, they’re choosing local manufacturers,” Robbins said on “Squawk on the Street. ” “While it’s a small part of our business, when it falls off that precipitou
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CEO of Cisco, which saw a huge drop in China sales, says state-owned enterprises shunned them

Chinese government-controlled enterprises are opting to work with local vendors rather than American-owned companies as the U.S.-China trade war continues, Cisco Systems CEO Chuck Robbins told CNBC on Thursday.

“We certainly saw an impact on our business in China this quarter. A lot of state-owned enterprises, I think where they have options, they’re choosing local manufacturers,” Robbins said on “Squawk on the Street. ” “We don’t know if that’s a short-term thing or a long-term thing.”

Cisco shares tumbled Thursday after the California-based computer networking equipment company issued weaker-than-expected forward guidance, citing macro uncertainty. Revenue in China was down 25% on an annualized basis in its fiscal fourth quarter, Cisco Chief Financial Officer Kelly Kramer said on Wednesday’s post-earnings conference call.

“While it’s a small part of our business, when it falls off that precipitously, it creates a challenge,” Robbins told CNBC on Thursday. “We saw strength in other parts of the business. But during July, we felt a slight change in sort of the overall macro [economic environment] versus what we’d experienced in the prior months.”

If the U.S. and China were able to strike a deal to resolve their trade and technology disputes, Robbins said that he would expect “more robust access” in China.

China’s foreign ministry spokesperson said on Thursday it hopes to “meet the U.S. halfway” on trade issues.

“On the basis of equality and mutual respect, we will find mutually acceptable solutions through dialogue and consultation,” China’s spokesperson at the foreign ministry Hua Chunying said Thursday, according to a CNBC translation.

It’s a softer stance from earlier in the day, when China’s State Council Tariff Committee said the Trump administration’s tariffs “seriously violated” an agreement made by leaders of the two countries and would take necessary countermeasures.

Discussions between the world’s two largest economies will be held in two weeks, China’s Commerce Ministry confirmed.

— CNBC’s Jordan Novet contributed to this report.


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Beijing responds to Trump’s new $300 billion tariff threat

China’s foreign ministry pushed back against President Donald Trump’s latest tariff threat on Friday, reportedly saying the world’s largest economy should give up its illusions, shoulder some responsibility and come back to the right track on resolving the trade war. She added that while China did not want a trade war with the U.S., it was not afraid of fighting one. The move breaks a truce in the long-running trade war between Washington and Beijing, with investors fearful it could further disr


China’s foreign ministry pushed back against President Donald Trump’s latest tariff threat on Friday, reportedly saying the world’s largest economy should give up its illusions, shoulder some responsibility and come back to the right track on resolving the trade war. She added that while China did not want a trade war with the U.S., it was not afraid of fighting one. The move breaks a truce in the long-running trade war between Washington and Beijing, with investors fearful it could further disr
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Beijing responds to Trump's new $300 billion tariff threat

China’s foreign ministry pushed back against President Donald Trump’s latest tariff threat on Friday, reportedly saying the world’s largest economy should give up its illusions, shoulder some responsibility and come back to the right track on resolving the trade war.

China’s spokesperson at the foreign ministry, Hua Chunying, said at a daily press briefing that Beijing would have to take countermeasures if the U.S. was committed to putting more tariffs on Chinese goods, Reuters reported.

She added that while China did not want a trade war with the U.S., it was not afraid of fighting one.

In a series of tweets on Thursday, Trump announced another round of tariffs on the roughly $300 billion of Chinese goods that had not already been targeted by American levies. The charge will take effect from September 1.

The move breaks a truce in the long-running trade war between Washington and Beijing, with investors fearful it could further disrupt global supply chains.

The tariff threat also came as a surprise to financial markets, in large part because negotiators for the two sides had just met earlier this week in China.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 280.85 points lower at 26,583.42 on Thursday, after rallying as much as 311 points earlier in the day.


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Dow drops 300 points on trade war fears, heads for worst week of 2019

Stocks fell on Friday as President Donald Trump stoked U.S.-China trade fears with the announcement of more tariffs while investors digested U.S. employment data. Caterpillar and Deere, two stocks associated with trade because of their overseas revenue exposure, fell 2.2% and 1.7%, respectively. In a series of tweets on Thursday, President Donald Trump said the 10% charge would be imposed on $300 billion worth of Chinese goods. Trump’s tariff threat came as a surprise to financial markets in the


Stocks fell on Friday as President Donald Trump stoked U.S.-China trade fears with the announcement of more tariffs while investors digested U.S. employment data. Caterpillar and Deere, two stocks associated with trade because of their overseas revenue exposure, fell 2.2% and 1.7%, respectively. In a series of tweets on Thursday, President Donald Trump said the 10% charge would be imposed on $300 billion worth of Chinese goods. Trump’s tariff threat came as a surprise to financial markets in the
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Dow drops 300 points on trade war fears, heads for worst week of 2019

Stocks fell on Friday as President Donald Trump stoked U.S.-China trade fears with the announcement of more tariffs while investors digested U.S. employment data.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded 314 points lower. The S&P 500 lost 1.3% while the Nasdaq Composite slid 1.9%. The major indexes also broke below their 50-day moving averages, a key technical level watched by investors.

The indexes were on pace to post their worst weekly losses of the year. They were all down more than 3% week to date.

Caterpillar and Deere, two stocks associated with trade because of their overseas revenue exposure, fell 2.2% and 1.7%, respectively. The VanEck Vectors Semiconductor ETF (SMH) dropped 1.9%, led by a 3.8% decline in Skyworks Solutions.

In a series of tweets on Thursday, President Donald Trump said the 10% charge would be imposed on $300 billion worth of Chinese goods. The levy will take effect starting September 1. Trump said later on Thursday he was open to shelving that tariff if China stepped up its U.S. agricultural purchases.

The move breaks a truce in the long-running trade war between the world’s two largest economies, with investors fearful it could further disrupt global supply chains.

China’s foreign ministry pushed back against Trump’s latest tariff threat on Friday morning, reportedly saying the world’s largest economy should give up its illusions, shoulder some responsibility and come back to the right track on resolving the trade war.

China’s spokesperson at the foreign ministry, Hua Chunying, said at a daily press briefing that Beijing would have to take countermeasures if the U.S. was committed to putting more tariffs on Chinese goods, Reuters reported.

Trump’s tariff threat came as a surprise to financial markets in the previous session, in large part because negotiators for the two sides had just met earlier this week in China.

Trump is also scheduled to make a trade announcement on the European Union later on Friday.


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Beijing suggests it could mobilize troops in Hong Kong if necessary

A National Emblem splashed with paint after a protest is seen outside the Chinese Liaison Office in Hong Kong, on July 21, 2019. China’s defense ministry on Wednesday indicated that the People’s Liberation Army could be deployed in Hong Kong as protests continue in the semi-autonomous city. Ministry spokesman Wu Qian suggested such a deployment may occur if the Hong Kong government requests it, multiple news outlets reported. Hong Kong citizens are concerned that their civil rights are slowly er


A National Emblem splashed with paint after a protest is seen outside the Chinese Liaison Office in Hong Kong, on July 21, 2019. China’s defense ministry on Wednesday indicated that the People’s Liberation Army could be deployed in Hong Kong as protests continue in the semi-autonomous city. Ministry spokesman Wu Qian suggested such a deployment may occur if the Hong Kong government requests it, multiple news outlets reported. Hong Kong citizens are concerned that their civil rights are slowly er
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Beijing suggests it could mobilize troops in Hong Kong if necessary

A National Emblem splashed with paint after a protest is seen outside the Chinese Liaison Office in Hong Kong, on July 21, 2019.

China’s defense ministry on Wednesday indicated that the People’s Liberation Army could be deployed in Hong Kong as protests continue in the semi-autonomous city.

Ministry spokesman Wu Qian suggested such a deployment may occur if the Hong Kong government requests it, multiple news outlets reported.

For over two months, political tensions in Hong Kong have escalated over a proposed extradition bill that would allow those arrested in the territory to be sent to mainland China for trial. Hong Kong citizens are concerned that their civil rights are slowly eroding under Beijing’s control.

Asked how China’s Defense Ministry would handle a rise of calls for Hong Kong “independence,” Wu pointed to “clear provisions” in Hong Kong’s Garrison Law, section 3, article 14, the Financial Times reported, citing the spokesman’s comments at a news briefing.

Wu said the “behavior of some radical demonstrators … is absolutely intolerable” and did not elaborate beyond pointing to the legal passage, the Associated Press reported.

The article stipulates that the Hong Kong government may ask for assistance from Chinese military troops stationed in the city “in the maintenance of public order.”


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Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Micron, Barrick Gold, Canopy Growth and more

China says there will be no trade deal unless tariffs are… The U.S. has to lift all the tariffs placed on Chinese goods if there is to be a trade deal, China’s Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday. Marketsread more


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China says there will be no trade deal unless existing tariffs are stripped

Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) and US President Donald Trump attend their bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Osaka on June 29, 2019. The U.S. has to lift all the tariffs placed on Chinese goods if there is to be a trade deal, China’s Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday. “If the two sides are to reach a deal, all imposed tariffs must be removed,” Ministry of Commerce spokesman Gao Feng said on Thursday. “China’s attitude on that is clear and consistent.”


Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) and US President Donald Trump attend their bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Osaka on June 29, 2019. The U.S. has to lift all the tariffs placed on Chinese goods if there is to be a trade deal, China’s Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday. “If the two sides are to reach a deal, all imposed tariffs must be removed,” Ministry of Commerce spokesman Gao Feng said on Thursday. “China’s attitude on that is clear and consistent.”
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China says there will be no trade deal unless existing tariffs are stripped

Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) and US President Donald Trump attend their bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Osaka on June 29, 2019.

The U.S. has to lift all the tariffs placed on Chinese goods if there is to be a trade deal, China’s Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday.

“If the two sides are to reach a deal, all imposed tariffs must be removed,” Ministry of Commerce spokesman Gao Feng said on Thursday. “China’s attitude on that is clear and consistent.”


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Electronic Arts shares tumble after Apex Legends season 2 launch

China says there will be no trade deal unless tariffs are… The U.S. has to lift all the tariffs placed on Chinese goods if there is to be a trade deal, China’s Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday. Marketsread more


China says there will be no trade deal unless tariffs are… The U.S. has to lift all the tariffs placed on Chinese goods if there is to be a trade deal, China’s Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday. Marketsread more
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Electronic Arts shares tumble after Apex Legends season 2 launch

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The U.S. has to lift all the tariffs placed on Chinese goods if there is to be a trade deal, China’s Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday.

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China’s Xi to present Trump with terms for settling trade deal: WSJ

Chinese President Xi Jinping is expected to present U.S. President Donald Trump with the terms it expects the U.S. to meet before Beijing is willing to settle the contentious trade fight between the two nations, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, citing Chinese officials. China also expects the U.S. to remove all tariffs and drop efforts to get China to buy more U.S. exports. Trump is in Japan to meet with world leaders amid a flurry of international crises, tense trade negotiations, and


Chinese President Xi Jinping is expected to present U.S. President Donald Trump with the terms it expects the U.S. to meet before Beijing is willing to settle the contentious trade fight between the two nations, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, citing Chinese officials. China also expects the U.S. to remove all tariffs and drop efforts to get China to buy more U.S. exports. Trump is in Japan to meet with world leaders amid a flurry of international crises, tense trade negotiations, and
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China's Xi to present Trump with terms for settling trade deal: WSJ

Chinese President Xi Jinping is expected to present U.S. President Donald Trump with the terms it expects the U.S. to meet before Beijing is willing to settle the contentious trade fight between the two nations, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, citing Chinese officials.

Among the conditions Beijing is expected to set, China will demand the U.S. remove its ban on the sale of U.S. technology to Huawei Technologies, Chinese officials with knowledge of the plan told the Journal. China also expects the U.S. to remove all tariffs and drop efforts to get China to buy more U.S. exports.

Trump is in Japan to meet with world leaders amid a flurry of international crises, tense trade negotiations, and a mounting global to-do list.

Trump is attending the annual Group of 20 summit and then is going to South Korea where he’ll address the standoff with North Korea over its nuclear weapons program. Air Force One touched down at Osaka International Airport in a rainstorm ahead of high-stakes meetings with Russia’s Vladimir Putin, China’s Xi, and a host of others at the gathering of the leaders world’s largest economies.

The Chinese Ministry of Commerce maintained a firm stance against the U.S. during a weekly press conference Thursday.

“We urge the U.S. to immediately cancel its pressure and sanction measures on Huawei and other Chinese companies, and push for the stable and healthy development of China-U.S. trade relations,” Gao Feng, spokesman for the Ministry of Commerce said in Mandarin, according to a CNBC translation.

Gao added the China is unchanged on its position on the trade dispute, as laid out by lead negotiator and Vice Premier Liu He in May.

Read the complete Journal report here.

—CNBC’s Evelyn Cheng and The Associated Press contributed to this report.


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China is not budging ahead of Xi-Trump G-20 meeting

Flags of the US and China are placed ahead of a meeting between US Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and China’s Agriculture Minister Han Changfu at the Ministry of Agriculture in Beijing on June 30, 2017. BEIJING— The Chinese Ministry of Commerce maintained a firm stance against the U.S. during a weekly press conference Thursday, less than two days ahead of a scheduled meeting between the leaders of the two countries. “We urge the U.S. to immediately cancel its pressure and sanction measure


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China is not budging ahead of Xi-Trump G-20 meeting

Flags of the US and China are placed ahead of a meeting between US Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and China’s Agriculture Minister Han Changfu at the Ministry of Agriculture in Beijing on June 30, 2017.

BEIJING— The Chinese Ministry of Commerce maintained a firm stance against the U.S. during a weekly press conference Thursday, less than two days ahead of a scheduled meeting between the leaders of the two countries.

“We urge the U.S. to immediately cancel its pressure and sanction measures on Huawei and other Chinese companies, and push for the stable and healthy development of China-U.S. trade relations,“ Gao Feng, spokesman for the Ministry of Commerce said in Mandarin, according to a CNBC translation.

Gao added the China is unchanged on its position on the trade dispute, as laid out by lead negotiator and Vice Premier Liu He in May. The three primary points are canceling all additional tariffs, not arbitrarily changing what the two countries’ leaders agreed upon at the G-20 meeting in Argentina late last year and that a trade agreement must be on equal terms.


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China warns citizens against travel to the US

A group of Chinese tourists take photographs on the National Mall with the U.S. Capitol in the background on April 23, 2018. China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced a safety warning on Tuesday for Chinese citizens and companies in the U.S.. according to state broadcaster CCTV. “The Foreign Ministry and the Chinese Embassy and Consulate in the U.S. warn Chinese citizens and Chinese-invested institutions to raise their safety awareness, strengthen preventative measures, and respond properly,


A group of Chinese tourists take photographs on the National Mall with the U.S. Capitol in the background on April 23, 2018. China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced a safety warning on Tuesday for Chinese citizens and companies in the U.S.. according to state broadcaster CCTV. “The Foreign Ministry and the Chinese Embassy and Consulate in the U.S. warn Chinese citizens and Chinese-invested institutions to raise their safety awareness, strengthen preventative measures, and respond properly,
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China warns citizens against travel to the US

A group of Chinese tourists take photographs on the National Mall with the U.S. Capitol in the background on April 23, 2018.

Beijing has stepped up its warnings against the U.S. by cautioning about working, studying and traveling in America.

China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced a safety warning on Tuesday for Chinese citizens and companies in the U.S.. according to state broadcaster CCTV.

“Recently, U.S. law enforcement agencies have on multiple occasions used methods such as entry and exit checks, and on-site interviews to harass Chinese citizens in the U.S.,” the ministry said, according to CCTV.

“The Foreign Ministry and the Chinese Embassy and Consulate in the U.S. warn Chinese citizens and Chinese-invested institutions to raise their safety awareness, strengthen preventative measures, and respond properly,” it added.

“In case of emergency, please promptly contact the Chinese consulate in the U.S. for help.”

The Ministry of Culture and Tourism also issued an alert Tuesday for Chinese tourists traveling to America. “Recently, shootings, robberies and theft have occurred frequently in the U.S.,” the ministry said on its website in Chinese, according to a CNBC translation.

Tuesday’s announcements follow the Ministry of Education’s warning on Monday for Chinese students studying abroad that noted recent U.S. restrictions on some Chinese student visas.


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