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China said on Tuesday that it had no choice but to retaliate against new U.S. trade tariffs, raising the risk that U.S. President Donald Trump could soon impose duties on virtually all of the Chinese goods that America buys.\n \n
China\'s commerce ministry said on Tuesday that it has filed a complaint to the World Trade Organization against the United States\' planned import tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods.\n \n
The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi carmaking alliance said on Tuesday it will adopt Alphabet\'s Google Android operating system, handing a victory to the U.S. tech giant as it pushes for a bigger share of the infotainment market.\n \n
Investors cut equity exposure this month as they grew more wary that economic growth may slow, but kept a long-standing preference for mega-cap tech stocks, Bank of America Merrill Lynch\'s monthly survey indicated on Tuesday.\n \n
Ferrari plans to launch 15 new models, including hybrid cars, a utility vehicle and more special editions as part of a plan to as much as double core earnings by 2022.\n \n
The escalation of the trade conflict between the United States and China is very concerning and will affect German firms, Germany\'s BDI industry association said on Tuesday after the U.S. imposed further tariffs on Chinese imports.\n \n
Visa Inc , Mastercard Inc , and a number of U.S. banks on Tuesday agreed to pay $6.2 billion to settle a long-running lawsuit brought by merchants over the fees they pay when they accept card payments.\n \n
U.S. stock exchange futures were higher on Tuesday, helped by a rise in oil prices and concessions that analysts said made the latest round of trade tariffs on China less damaging than initially feared.\n \n
Budget airline Ryanair hopes to find an agreement with German unions before Christmas, Chief Marketing Officer Kenny Jacobs said on Tuesday, after pilots and cabin crew staged a full-day walkout this month and threatened further strikes.\n \n
It is up to Beijing to take the next steps on trade talks, U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Tuesday as China vowed to retaliate after U.S. President Donald Trump imposed initial duties on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods.\n \n

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