One of China's richest men has abandoned plans to buy $600 million worth of prime London real estate as his aggressive overseas deal-making comes under scrutiny by Beijing. Billionaire property tycoon Wang Jianlin's Dalian Wanda Group said Tuesday it would not complete the purchase of Nine Elms Square, a 10-acre site in south London near the River Thames. Wanda declined to say why it walked away, but it's not the company's first foreign deal to fall through this year.
President Trump says he's not optimistic about the future of America's free trade deal with Canada and Mexico. "I think we'll probably end up terminating NAFTA at some point," he said during a rally at the Phoenix Convention Center in Arizona on Tuesday night. Leaders from the U.S., Canada and Mexico officially began renegotiating NAFTA last week. -- Eric Bradner contributed to this report. CNNMoney (Hong Kong) First published August 22, 2017: 11:36 PM ET
China has expressed "strong dissatisfaction" over the Trump administration's decision to launch an investigation into some of its trade practices. The Chinese Commerce Ministry on Monday accused the U.S. of "unilateralism and protectionism," saying it will take "all appropriate measures ... to safeguard China's legitimate rights and interests."
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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