Trump May Limits Visas for Chinese Citizens
- Author: Kelly Blake Mar 16, 2018,
Mar 16, 2018, 2:03
Beyond industrial products, the draft from the European Commission also lists close to 60 agricultural products that would be tariffed, including more than $160 million in corn and more than $100 million in cranberries and cranberry juice, which would affect farmers throughout the country that Trump said he was working to protect.
Speaking to reporters in the Capitol, U.S. House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady stressed that Trump was serious about addressing the issue of intellectual property theft with China.
China now runs a $375 billion trade surplus with the USA and Trump asked President Xi Xinping's economic advisers how to reduce this disparity during Xinping's recent visit. A "Made in America" comeback would revive the manufacturing industry we've slowly been losing to other countries and boost the economy and workforce.
Smartphone chipmaker Qualcomm slumped 5 per cent after the Trump administration blocked Singapore-based Broadcom's unsolicited bid for the company on national security grounds.
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Higher tariffs on these products would "hurt American families", said Hun Quach, a trade lobbyist for the Retail Industry Leaders Association.
U.S. President Donald Trump's tough approach to global trade, including his new tariffs on metals imports, will not necessarily provoke a trade war, the White House's top adviser on worldwide economic exchanges, Peter Navarro, said during an interview on CNBC on Thursday.
In a Thursday editorial, widely-read Chinese state-run tabloid the Global Times said the United States was trying to play the victim.
Last year, the US' main purchases from China were telecommunications equipment, data processing machines, electric machines, clothing, baby carriages & toys, and vehicles, according to Nomura. "Third, we will do our best to strengthen the competitiveness of our steel industry". Likely actions range from challenging the USA duties at the World Trade Organization (a process that would take years), to imposing duties of their own.
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President Trump isn't starting a trade war, and if you think he is-you're blind to the fact that we are already in the middle of one. "However, the situation, when trade between two countries is guided by the principle of mutual sanctions instead of free trade, it creates a unsafe precedent".
The costs to the world economy could grow further if countries impose their own tariffs on US products, raising prices for goods globally and undermining economic confidence. The Chinese government has promised for years to reduce excess steel capacity, thereby cutting the surplus output that is sold to the United States at subsidized prices. "He's going to be pushing for that, and there could be additional actions", White House Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah told reporters in a gaggle overseas Air Force One.
The reactions came after U.S. President Donald Trump signed proclamations on March 8 for a 25% tariff on steel and a 10% levy on aluminum, effective March 23.
The United States yesterday launched a trade dispute with India at the World Trade Organization over export subsidies.
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