• How Trump's trade war with China could go sideways on him

    4 monthes ago - By Washington Post

    A new poll shows 73 percent of voters - and 78 percent in battleground districts - worry about the cost of U.S. products.
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  • Experts Warn Of Chaos For The U.S. Economy As China Declares That “The Biggest Trade War In Economic History” Has Begun

    Experts Warn Of Chaos For The U.S. Economy As China Declares That “The Biggest Trade War In Economic History” Has Begun

    4 monthes ago - By The Economic Collapse

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    Nothing is going to be the same after this. On Friday, the United States hit China with 34 billion dollars in tariffs, and China immediately responded with similar tariffs. If it stopped there, this trade war between the United States and China would not be catastrophic for the global economy. But it isn't going to stop there. Donald Trump is already talking about hitting China with an additional 500 billion dollars in tariffs, which would essentially cover pretty much everything that China exports to the U.S. in a typical year. The Chinese have accused Trump...
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  • Departing ZTE executive describes 'deep humiliation' in farewell letter

    4 monthes ago - By Reuters

    A departing senior executive at China's ZTE Corp, which is fighting a crippling U.S. supplier ban, said in a letter to staff on Friday that his departure amid a Sino-US trade war was "deeply humiliating".
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  • China Trade War Kickoff

    4 monthes ago - By Forbes

    Little reassurance should be taken from the mild-mannered start to this trade war. Conditions will likely get significantly worse before they get better.
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  • As Trump's trade war starts, China vows retaliation

    4 monthes ago - By Washington Post

    China's Ministry of Commerce released a statement condemning the U.S. move, asserting the United States had “violated the WTO rules and launched the largest trade war in economic history to date.”
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