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Source: Fox News

Marc Thiessen: China tried to strike at Trump – and missed the mark entirely

Friday 09:54 GMT

After Trump imposed massive tariffs on Chinese goods earlier this year, Beijing responded in June with what appeared to be a clever strategy: targeting retaliatory tariffs against Trump voters in rural farming communities across the United States.

If Beijing imposed painful tariffs on soybeans, Chinese leaders likely calculated, they could create a rift between Trump and rural voters who put him in the White House, give Senate Democrats a boost and force Trump to back down.

22 Articles
Source: Fox News

Marc Thiessen: China tried to strike at Trump – and missed the mark entirely

Friday 09:54 GMT

After Trump imposed massive tariffs on Chinese goods earlier this year, Beijing responded in June with what appeared to be a clever strategy: targeting retaliatory tariffs against Trump voters in rural farming communities across the United States.

If Beijing imposed painful tariffs on soybeans, Chinese leaders likely calculated, they could create a rift between Trump and rural voters who put him in the White House, give Senate Democrats a boost and force Trump to back down.

4 Articles
Source: The Week

What to learn from Trump's accidental tariff success

Today 01:31 GMT

Trump's tariffs show they do pretty much exactly what they say on the tin: change the price structure to make domestic production more feasible.

Virtually all major countries that became rich after the U.K. blazed the initial trail of industrialization did so behind tariff barriers, America very much included. Many that could not, due to imperialism, like India and China in the 18th and 19th centuries, ended up economically ruined and set back hundreds of years.

4 Articles
Source: The Week

What to learn from Trump's accidental tariff success

Today 01:31 GMT

Trump's tariffs show they do pretty much exactly what they say on the tin: change the price structure to make domestic production more feasible.

Virtually all major countries that became rich after the U.K. blazed the initial trail of industrialization did so behind tariff barriers, America very much included. Many that could not, due to imperialism, like India and China in the 18th and 19th centuries, ended up economically ruined and set back hundreds of years.


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