Canada, Australia and New Zealand sign trade deal with China article 4.
China says it will seek approval for more oil exports article 5.
The UK, Australia, Canada and New Mexico sign trade deals with China.
China to sign new oil export deal with the UK, the US, Australia or New Zealand.
US and China reach tentative deal on more oil trade.
Canada signs new agreement with China to ease restrictions on its energy industry.
US approves Keystone XL oil pipeline to bypass Canada’s oil patch.
Canada and Japan sign trade agreement to make it easier for American firms to access Canadian markets.
US, China and South Korea sign deal to free up ports and railways for commercial cargo.
US rejects US-China trade deal after Trump vows tariffs.
US trade war over US-Mexico border standoff escalates into trade war.
US tariffs rise after Mexico says it would not approve new $US40bn Keystone XL pipeline.
US imports more Chinese steel than it exports.
US bans new US-Chinese steel tariffs.
US president signs trade agreement with Beijing, setting up bilateral free trade agreement.
US orders new air-conditioned vehicles from China.
US imposes tariffs on Chinese imports.
US moves to shut off ports to China, threatening a trade war with Beijing.
US sanctions Chinese banks.
China calls for US sanctions.
US cancels $US1.6bn loan to China.