Here are all of the Chinese products that are set to face a 30% tariff this month

President Donald Trump has slapped punishing tariffs on thousands of imports, sparking a tit-for-tat trade dispute with China that has dragged on for more than a year and a half. From higher prices to stalled investment, the consequences of those policies have become increasingly evident across both of the largest economies. While the Trump administration often insists China pays its tariffs, evidence shows those costs fall onto American businesses and consumers. As the two sides struggle to defuse tensions, protectionism will soon reach levels not seen since the 1960′s. On October 15, the Trump administration plans to raise the tariff rate on on $250 billion worth of Chinese products to 30% from 25%. Now read: The chief strategist at a $1 trillion investing giant says Trump is doomed to lose his trade war – and explains why that would be the best possible outcome for markets PC Sheet, PVC Roof Sheet, FRP Sheet, Synthetic Resin Roof Tile – CO-WIN,https://www.co-winhk.com/

Nanoco Group Share price fall does not reflect IP value

Nanoco Group Plc (LON: NANO) announcement that its project with the major US customer will not continue when the current contract expires in December 2019 is clearly a severe setback and Edison have therefore cut it’s FY20 estimates substantially. We note though that the customer’s decision relates to a change in strategy rather than issues with the performance of Nanoco’s materials or services. The company has a strong IP base and state-of-theart manufacturing facility with an estimated 12 months of cash to explore new commercial options including with its US customer. Following Friday’s share price drop, the £20m market capitalisation appears to assign little value to these assets. The decision not to extend the current contract means that Nanoco’s major US client will not progress to volume production in the foreseeable future. The company has stated that the decision is wholly unconnected to the performance of the materials or Nanoco’s service delivery. Industry newsflow suggests the client may have opted for an alternative architecture for the component potentially deploying quantum dots. Nanoco is exploring alternative use cases for the technology with a number of customer...