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Renee Hoagenson  🌊 7h
The tariffs are in no way benefiting the working class. It's time for some new leadership. Please vote in 2020.
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Michael Johns Sep 14
's tariffs are targeted specifically at states and regions most strongly supporting . Their strategy has failed. "Mr. Trump’s job-approval rating in blue-collar counties has risen":
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Economics Geopolitics Tech Sep 20
Art of the deal.💥 China cancels trips to farms in Montana & Nebraska. Last two days of trade talks have been a huuuge failure. Looks like Chinese won’t be buying US soybeans this harvest season
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David Biddle Sep 14
Here you go. The reckless are starting to roll in on consumer products, and regardless of what you are being told here is the proof that you are paying the tariff, not . I hope more companies do this.
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The Epoch Times - China Insider Sep 20
“I will say this: we’re making a lot of progress with China.” lifted on over 400 products as progress has been made on deputy-level with .
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Martha Harrison 22h
Best question I’ve ever seen on a customs declaration. Welcome to Korea.
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Dooner Sep 19
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PublicSquare Sep 20
Republican Congress failed to stand up to Trump when ✅Putin humiliated Trump in Helsinki ✅Trump took funds from military bases in their own states ✅Trump raised costs for consumers at home and destroyed agricultural exports Republicans are too weak to speak.
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Dr Anna Jerzewska Sep 18
Replying to @AnnaJerzewska
If the ever enter into force - raising them after the initial 12 months will be a complete nightmare for the Gov.
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Economics Geopolitics Tech Sep 20
Contribution to global GDP growth: USA: 10.5% India: 13.7% China: 28% Tiny US needs to be more humble in world affairs. Trade war with China, the #1 economy is delusional 🙄
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MicroD Sep 20
NEW POD! We talk with Erika Latham and Richard Sexton in the 1st episode of Season 2. Are manufacturers staying the course to beat tariff impacts? Find out in this week's episode.
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Aidan Richard Connly Sep 17
Good to see that Trump is easing back on some of the tariffs affecting goods from the U.S. and Japan. American agricultural exporters will be feeling better soon!
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Itoshiki Nozomu Sep 21
Looks like some bullshit propaganda. No wonder keeps protecting from
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Wang Hao Sep 20
China's deals went on well and normally with until kicked off war. How can a nation keep buying from a hostile country grabbing its throat amid an all-out confrontation?
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L Todd Wood Sep 20
Good Economic Data Continues For As Once Again Front And Center
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LV Bajan Sep 20
How come no one challenges Trump on the ridiculous idea of taking in money from
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RT Sep 20
Trump exempts 400+ Chinese goods from the 25% tariff list
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Louis Parker Sep 21
Replying to @thinkinone
Claims China is bad for America;s economy yet has not stopped the manufacturing of his goods in China, yet put () out there, & had to use our tax Dollars to bail out Farmers he stabbed in the back with his Tariffs, which in full>
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Economics Geopolitics Tech Sep 20
World economy will face the worst year since 2009. Culprit? Trade war (started by dumbass Trump & encouraged by US oligarchs & bankers)
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kevin 21h
's trade hurting swing states: Report
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