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Ernie Gatsby Sep 17
Replying to @FoxNews @POTUS and 5 others
has done nothing. We don’t have one. is making a mess of the economy as seen by the S&P and tanking today. The is at a 6 month high. Our national deficit is nearing 1T. Maybe or can bail us out.
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Amlan Ray Sep 17
, opportunity for Indian Services sector , fear of will not help Indian manufacturing sector. Let's believe in power of . Let's have new opportunities under . Let's reduce with China by increasing services exports.
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Verity FinSolutions Pvt. Ltd. Sep 17
People may be worried about USD/INR , we are very worried about CNY / INR ... we cannot afford more imports from CHINA. This will worsen our . As the slap tariffs on $200 bln of chinese goods, be prepared 4 Chinese counters - 1 being depreciation of CNY
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Ikpeazu Petermark Sep 15
I thought about our contributions as citizens of to this awry economy, I observed the street and noticed high volume of tokunbo cars parked "for sale" on our roads and streets. If this trend is not adding up, its adding to our and thus, govt borrowing.
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Chetan Deore Sep 16
Now we hv chance to reduce , increase to if they want to export Encash
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Keith St.John Sep 18
As a reminder, the world's largest plant in the world is in so, we are "importing" from there. Also the that has grown since the will not shrink with new tariffs. It will however reduce the of consumers.
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Hiroyuki Onishi 10h
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Rich Aymont Sep 20
Surprising that a guy like who is allegedly so wealthy doesn't understand basic economics!
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Green Poone Sep 20
Good decision ! India may put import curb on non-essential goods today
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The DREAMER Sep 20
Replying to @ReutersBiz @Reuters
is NOT sincere - $375 billion/year in is NOT sustainable, sincere or FAIR!
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dungeon dragon Sep 19
Hate me for this but we have more Chinese imports than exports. you want to sell in the US but don’t want the US selling in your country.
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ECIPE Sep 19
. & argue that agreement help the to reduce its
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Michael McNab Sep 18
does not understand how the works, nor basic economics for that matter.
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