@Alan Tonelson: In Argentina, there could be a trade truce [betw China and the US], but [not likely with] China’s ambitions to control most of the industries of the future: high-tech industries that are targetted by its predatory trade practices.
Photo: Professor Peter Navarro discusses his work, Death by China, arguing China cheats in the world trade system at University of Michigan in 2012
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Alan Tonelson, RealityCheck blog (@Alan Tonelson): China has been a RICO for decades. It can be corrected with blunt information. The US is scheduled to impose $250 billion in tariffs on January first. In Buenos Aires, there could be some kind of a trade truce while the negotiators try to work something out; but I wouldn’t put big money on that since the US and Chinese positions remain so far apart, esp concerning China’s ambitions to control most of the world’s industries of the future: the high-tech industries that are targetted by its predatory trade practices. . . .
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