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Ari Winkleman

Should Biden lift Trump’s China tariffs?

Sometime this month, US President Joe Biden is expected to make up his mind about nixing (some of) the tariffs his predecessor, Donald Trump, slapped on three-quarters of Chinese imports. This was part of a wider trade war against Beijing, which hit back in kind.

Two years ago, then-candidate Biden said he'd remove Trump’s China tariffs if he won the White House but later decided to leave them in place — as he's done with many Trump-era China policies. Now, Biden is taking another look at keeping his campaign promise because, hello, inflation.

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The Future of Globalization | Quick Take | GZERO Media

The future of globalization

Ian Bremmer's Quick Take: Hi everybody, Ian Bremmer here, and a Quick Take to get us kicked off this Monday morning. I thought I'd go a little macro today and talk about the future of globalization, because I hear so many people talking about the last 30 years of being this unprecedented period of goods and services and people and ideas and capital moving faster and faster across borders all over the world. And now, not anymore. Now, it's all about my country first and it's nationalists and it's insourcing and it's decoupling. And so we've hit this tipping point. Or have we? I don't quite buy this narrative that globalization is over. Rather, I think it's not being driven. I think people are angry about it and it's being fought over, but that's very different from saying that spikes are being put into it.

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China's love affair with Australian wine ends in a messy breakup

December 13, 2020 11:33 AM

The Australian wine industry is rethinking its entire global distribution plans

Chinese import curbs not good for global recovery: Canberra

November 30, 2020 5:00 AM

SYDNEY • Australia's trade minister said China's steps to curb imports of his country's goods are "aggressive" and undermine confidence in the global economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
It's Crazy Donnie!

It's Crazy Donnie!

President Trump pays homage to a 1980s New York legend to explain his trade policy.

US urges Cambodia to probe China-owned economic zone on tariff dodging

June 28, 2019 12:34 PM

PHNOM PENH (REUTERS) - The United States on Friday (June 28) urged Cambodia to investigate a Chinese-owned special economic zone after uncovering efforts by firms operating there to evade duties on products destined for export to the US.

India plans to offer incentives to companies moving from China

June 25, 2019 1:13 PM

NEW DELHI (BLOOMBERG) - India is weighing offering incentives to attract companies moving out of China amid its trade war with the US, a person familiar with the development said.

Vietnam cracks down on relabelled Chinese-made goods that dodge tariff hikes

June 10, 2019 11:44 AM

HANOI (BLOOMBERG) - Vietnam said it will impose higher penalties on Chinese goods transferred to the country and illegally relabelled as made-in-Vietnam for export to the US to dodge tariff hikes.

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