Bloomberg.- Bluster is a key weapon in the trade war between the U.S. and China. So it’s natural to want to dismiss the latest salvo—a U.S. Department of Commerce ban on doing business with Chinese national champion technology company Huawei—as another short-term negotiation tactic of the Trump administration. Even if that’s what it is, however, the ramifications likely won’t stop with a trade resolution.
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Bloomberg.- U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to unveil harsh tariffs on steel and aluminum imports and if he gets his way, the policy could have sweeping ramifications across the globe. Here are some of the likely winners and losers.
Bloomberg.- The pros who make their living forecasting the economy overwhelmingly expect President Donald Trump and his fellow Republicans to push through tax cuts in time for next year’s congressional elections. They just don’t think that the reductions will do all that much to help the economy in 2018.
Bloomberg.- President Donald Trump heads into his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin with one question looming large: how much is he willing to confront the man whose meddling in the 2016 election may have helped him win?
Bloomberg.- President Donald Trump is poised to announce plans to withdraw the U.S. from the landmark Paris climate accord on Thursday, injecting uncertainty into the worldwide effort to combat climate change.
Bloomberg.- His differences with U.S. President Donald Trump may have helped win Moon Jae-in the presidency of South Korea. Now he and Trump need to focus on what unites them.
Bloomberg.- President Donald Trump won’t immediately terminate U.S. participation in the North American Free Trade Agreement, the White House said, after he spoke with the leaders of Mexico and Canada about ways to renegotiate the accord.
Bloomberg.- U.S. President Donald Trump has warned that discussions with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping in Florida this week will be «very difficult,» in large part because of disagreements over trade. But before Trump can shrink America’s lopsided trade deficits — with China or anyone else — he first must recognize what’s driving them.