A focused study group for the discussion of economics and economic policy.
32049 Members
We'll be adding more communities soon!
© 2020 Relevant Protocols Inc.
A focused study group for the discussion of economics and economic policy.
32049 Members
We'll be adding more communities soon!
© 2020 Relevant Protocols Inc.
Relevant
Hot
New
Spam
Relevant
Hot
New
Spam
0
11.5K
0
11.5K
>"Economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has cast doubt on whether China can meet its targets to buy U.S. goods under this year’s trade deal—with energy emerging as the biggest casualty."
>"Economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has cast doubt on whether China can meet its targets to buy U.S. goods under this year’s trade deal—with energy emerging as the biggest casualty."
Thats just the start of the hurt. The temper tantrums are escalating fast between the two countries
Thats just the start of the hurt. The temper tantrums are escalating fast between the two countries
China will blame Coronavirus as a random event that caused the trade deal to break down. Trump will not be happy.
China will blame Coronavirus as a random event that caused the trade deal to break down. Trump will not be happy.
Yeah and from what I xan tell, oil is not the commodity it was pre covid
Yeah and from what I xan tell, oil is not the commodity it was pre covid
The genesis of the pandemic and the word batter by U.S will surely play a role in this. As U.S will likely not want this to happen and lay claim to the outburst of the pandemic, China will go extra miles to achieve their aim. It more to a politico-social factor.
The genesis of the pandemic and the word batter by U.S will surely play a role in this. As U.S will likely not want this to happen and lay claim to the outburst of the pandemic, China will go extra miles to achieve their aim. It more to a politico-social factor.
>"Economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has cast doubt on whether China can meet its targets to buy U.S. goods under this year’s trade deal—with energy emerging as the biggest casualty."
>"Economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has cast doubt on whether China can meet its targets to buy U.S. goods under this year’s trade deal—with energy emerging as the biggest casualty."
China can fulfill its targets to buy U.S. goods under this year’s trade deal.but they are restricting some deals like agriculture products
China can fulfill its targets to buy U.S. goods under this year’s trade deal.but they are restricting some deals like agriculture products
Some low-ranking comments may have been hidden.
Some low-ranking comments may have been hidden.