Markets Shudder As ‘No Progress’ Made In Deputy-Level Trade Talks, China To Leave Washington Thursday Night

Markets Shudder As ‘No Progress’ Made In Deputy-Level Trade Talks, China To Leave Washington Thursday Night

"They have made no progress". That's what a source told the South China Morning Post about deputy-level trade talks aimed at setting the stage for principal-level discussions set for Thursday between Liu He, Bob Lighthizer and Steve Mnuchin. On Monday and Tuesday, Chinese vice-minister for finance Liao Min zeroed in on just two areas for possible concessions and cooperation: farm purchases and intellectual property protection. Chinese delegates "refused to talk about forced technology transfer
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3 thoughts on “Markets Shudder As ‘No Progress’ Made In Deputy-Level Trade Talks, China To Leave Washington Thursday Night

  1. It’s almost like Trump wants to get himself fired. I can imagine him sitting upstairs in the WH there every morning thinking, “Look at Doocey and Kilmeade. I could do that sh*t in my sleep.”

  2. One more comment: If anyone thinks U.S. GDP, corporate profits, and the velocity of money are going to be higher after Trump, Navarro, and Senate Republicans (with Bannon’s offstage help) blow up globalization 3.0, I’ve got a Brexit deal I’d like to sell you.

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