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Marco A. González 9m
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(((Alan Tonelson))) 28m
Surely wd normally never use a single month's data to make a pt about any aspect of the 's performance - esp when the longer term shows progress. Why does he treat 's record differently? ?
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MIGUEL UCEDA 1h
Trade Balance.... worst than ever...
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Marco A. González 7m
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AGree 1h
Farmers Face New Levels of Uncertainty, from Relying on Markets to Living on Ad Hoc Pay -- Ag Week
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SmartDissent.com Sep 24
ICYMI: Cost of Trump’s Has Hit Entirely on US Businesses & Households. LINK:
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My Comfor Sep 27
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无定创客 Brian 3h
The IMF Projected Growth Rate Advanced Economies -6.1% United States -5.9% Euro Area -7.5% Japan -5.2% United Kingdom -6.5% EMDEs -1.0% China 1.2% India 1.9% + + +
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Sisi Li Sep 27
I got the secret of U.S. and China trade war🤩🤩 From the book ‘After The Music Stopped’: On this reasoning, Bear had been rescued because it was Too Interconnected To Fail...not because it was too big to fail. Will China be the next Bear Stearns? 🤔🤔
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Tracy Prell Sep 27
No one wins in a - are ! This administration has divided our country & the world! What ever happened to peaceful negotiations & compromise? Some 3,500 U.S. companies sue over -imposed Chinese tariffs
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Isis Almeida Sep 24
China Buying Spree Revives Export Profits for Top Crop Traders
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World News Network 23h
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Gulshan Yadav Sep 24
, , and sue US over 'unlawful' tariffs on Chinese parts making cars more expensive
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无定创客 Brian 12h
Replying to @briankuo
What can you expect in 2030? China's share of Global GDP (PPP) is rising from 12.18% to 18.59% in a 10-year period. Just 4.85% ahead, China's GDP will surpass United States, Euro area and Japan combined by 2030. re: Who will win? + +
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无定创客 Brian 10h
Replying to @briankuo
China's GDP per capita in 2019 reached US$10,261.68. The one estimated was US$10,600.37 (1.09^11*1.3*3160). + +
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temi.j Sep 28
Brexit talks reach crunch time, Trump Tax records are revealed and Covid flares in Spain again. Here's what is moving markets.
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Peter Sand Sep 23
Do you know many bikes, previously produced in China are now "Made In XYZ", and then exported to the US? “As the tariffs have provoked a shift in manufacturing within Asia rather than a return of production to the US...
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AGree Sep 25
AG Groups Call for Continued Membership -- Farm Progress
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Francis Barry Sep 26
U.S. tightens exports to China's chipmaker , citing risk of military use.
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