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Jun 09 2019
The Group of 20 major economies decried worsening trade tensions and their impact on global growth, with the U.S. and China locked in a protracted trade battle since negotiations fell apart a month ago. Finance ministers and central bankers fretted about the trade and geopolitical tensions and agreed to stand ready with action in case those risks intensify, according to a statement releasedWall Street Journal (News)
Jun 02 2019
China Opens a New Window. on Sunday blamed the United States for the trade war Opens a New Window. , vowing it would not back down and accused Washington of being an untrustworthy negotiator as tensions continue to escalate between the two countries. China released a policy paper that claimed the U.S. had backtracked three times during trade negotiations by implementing new tariffs and otherFox News (Online News)
Aug 24 2020
As the Republican Convention opens I expect President Trump will make the case he is best positioned to end the recession. According to Yale professor Ray Fair’s predictive voting model, the incumbent party usually wins if the economy does better in the year of the election. Unfortunately for the Republican party, Trump may have sunk his reelection because he ignored advice from professionalForbes
Jun 10 2019
On Friday, President Trump announced a deal with Mexico regarding immigration. The deal “averted Trump’s threatened imposition of 5% import tariffs on all Mexican goods that had been due to start on Monday unless Mexico committed to do more to help reduce an increase in migrants arriving at the U.S. southern border… The agreement expedites a program known as the Migration Protection ProtocolsThe Flip Side
Mar 11 2020
Donald Trump has been insisting for years that our country has been too economically dependent on China, so it is sad that it took a global public health crisis to prove he was right all this time. When he began imposing strategic tariffs on China in response to its long history of abusive trade practices, the liberals all of a sudden became free trade fundamentalists, predicting that this newGuest Writer - Right
Jan 15 2020
The Phase One trade deal between the United States and China is expected to be signed today, January 15. Details have not yet emerged, but certain pledges have been announced by both sides since a preliminary agreement was reached on December 13. Among them, the United States will begin to dial back tariffs and withdraw its “currency manipulator” designation – a major source of tension – inForbes
Sep 01 2019
The trade war between the U.S. and China will hit Apple Inc. this weekend, dragging the largest U.S. technology company into a fracas that threatens to raise prices on popular consumer gadgets and undermine a giant but delicate global supply chain.
President Donald Trump’s 15% China tariffs were entered into the Federal Register on Friday, making the move official. At 12.01 a.m. localBloomberg
Jun 08 2019
Democrats lashed out in all directions at President Trump after he won concessions from Mexico to try to stop the flow of illegal immigrants at the border. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi chided the president Saturday for his method, saying his threat of tariffs was unbecoming of a friendly country’s treatment of a neighbor. But Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer took a different approach,Washington Times
Jun 29 2019
Trump to allow U.S. firms to sell technology to Huawei and promises farmers they would win from new talks, in wide-ranging news conference
President Trump on Saturday agreed to scale back restrictions on Chinese technology giant Huawei and delay new tariffs from going into effect against Chinese goods as part of an effort to restart trade talks with Chinese leader Xi Jinping. The major concessions, which came on the sidelines of the Group of 20 summit, came after more than a month of acrimonious fighting between two of the world’Washington Post
Aug 23 2019
Stocks tumbled on Wall Street after President Donald Trump said he “hereby ordered” U.S. companies to consider alternatives to doing business in China. He also said he would respond to Beijing’s latest tariff increase later Friday.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank nearly 500 points after the president made the announcements on Twitter.
Trump also said he was “ordering” UPS,Associated Press