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Re: Trump addresses EU trade deficit

Post by vlad » February 14, 2019, 3:56 pm

whats all this American drivel about it has little to do about European deficit, more like American propaganda.

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"The UK and the U.S., as you have probably seen, we are going ahead to preserve our trade agreement. You know all of the situation with respect to Brexit, the complexity and problems, but we have a very good trading relationship with the UK and that’s just been strengthened further.

"So with the UK we’re continuing our trade, and we are going to actually be increasing it very substantially as time goes by. We expect that the UK will be very, very substantially increased as it relates to trade with the United States. The relationship there is very good."

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Re: Trump addresses EU trade deficit

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During the talks, the United States delegation focused on structural issues, including forced technology transfer, intellectual property rights, cyber theft, agriculture, services, non-tariff barriers, and currency. The two sides also discussed China’s purchases of United States goods and services intended to reduce the United States’ large and persistent bilateral trade deficit with China.
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Re: Trump addresses EU trade deficit

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germany is in the EU dummkopf :lol: some of you yanks really are bad with geography.
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Re: Trump addresses EU trade deficit

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I think it is nearer the truth to say the EU IS Germany. Europeans are waking up to the fact that there has been a silent 'takeover.'

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L i a m Fox applauds the trade deal.

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo discusses the China trade situation and their theft of intellectual property.
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Agriculture Sec. Sonny Perdue announced Friday that during Friday trade talks in the Oval Office, Chinese officials agreed to resume increased volume of soybeans purchases, increasing purchases by ten million metric tons.

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Re: Trump addresses EU trade deficit

Post by Doodoo » February 25, 2019, 7:06 pm

OR has he done too much of an increase too fast
The cost of increased Tariffs to consumers

For many businesses that use imported Chinese products, the cost to produce their items will increase, either because the company must use more expensive domestic parts or pay more for the finished products.
Trump's China tariffs are particularly damaging because they focus on intermediary goods, or parts. US firms, including many small- to medium-sized businesses, use these parts to make finished products.
By increasing the cost of parts, the tariffs will force companies to either pass on the cost to customers in the form of higher prices, cut costs in other areas like the workforce, or shift operations outside of the US to avoid the tariffs altogether.
For instance, Moog Music, the maker of the legendary Moog synthesizer, recently told customers that the tariffs on Chinese goods will dramatically increase the cost of producing their instruments. To handle this increase, Moog said, the company will either be forced to lay off workers or move its operations outside of the US.
Moog isn't the only company struggling with the tariffs, US-based nail manufacturers, lawn-equipment producers, and TV makers are all being forced to lay off workers because of the increased costs.

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