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Posts Tagged ‘Trump-Xi deal’

Did Trump’s enemies try to derail a trade deal with China?

Posted by seumasach on December 7, 2018

David P.Goldman

Asia Times

6th December, 2018

Equity markets fell sharply in Asia after news media reported the arrest in Canada of Huawei’s chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, pending extradition to the United States on charges of violating US sanctions against Iran.

The news has stunned financial market participants and policy analysts, for two reasons.

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The China trade reality show

Posted by seumasach on December 4, 2018

The rise of China to global economic dominance is indeed unstoppable: the question is whether the USA can engage constructively with China and share to some degree in the success or whether it will fall into 4th world status.

David P.Goldman

Asia Times

4th december, 2018

For at least a month, there has been no doubt that Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping would agree to agree at the Buenos Aires summit. The threats, remonstrations and hints of high officials were for the most part scripted. Buenos Aires was less negotiation than reality show.

When the dust settles, America and China will have a deal that allows Trump to claim victory and allows China to become the world’s dominant economy.

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