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The U.S. will raise tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods as planned Friday, even though the nations plan to resume trade talks in the morning
The world’s two largest economies appear to be headed in different directions. Cross-border investment has come under pressure as national-security concerns rise and multinationals hedge their bets.
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Craig VanBebber May 9
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Stupid!
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Unrestrained Democracy May 9
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Why did we send millions of jobs to China to begin with?
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ihinawa May 9
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Way 2 go👏
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nicolastrade9988@gmail.com May 9
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很好
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copper dog May 9
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Who bears the brunt of those tariffs?
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worldview_Tian May 9
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特朗普做出了正确的决策!
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Mertzmobile May 9
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The U.S. will raise tariffs on $200 billion of goods that American’s will purchase as Putin planned Friday, even though the nations plan to resume trade talks in the morning
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Víctor Hugo Canturín May 9
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Have to wait to see it. Yet is an speculation
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Jc.. Kize May 9
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if I'm not mistaken I read that we used to pass tariffs before ther was income tax & a huge government over spending so now that our government is way to big & definitely overspends & collects income tax it made it clear nothing about tariffs is good for average Americans
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BABACAR AL WALI DIOM May 9
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"The sudden deterioration of trade talks between the U.S. and China This week has raised the prospect of a once-unimaginable rupture Between the world’s two largest economies"
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Tom Bracke May 9
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Tomorrow is Friday, of course they were imposed.
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tan choocheng May 9
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Wrong,you never understand.
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BABACAR AL WALI DIOM May 9
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CHINA Vs USA NO COMMENT CHINA Vs USA NO COMMENT CHINA Vs USA NO COMMENT
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MUMUMU May 9
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Good
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Ken Galbreth May 9
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tRump shorting the market again?
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BABACAR AL WALI DIOM May 9
CHINA Vs USA NO COMMENT CHINA Vs USA NO COMMENT CHINA Vs USA NO COMMENT
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