[E]ven though the film is not overtly partisan, it must necessarily be viewed through a political prism.
Therefore, tariffs will raise the price of imported Chinese goods for consumers and businesses worldwide.
Reviving the middle of the country has become a priority in the U.S. political agenda. Donald Trump has proposed such a revival in the most absurd way possible: turning back time.
A strong, prosperous, stable and democratic Mexico – like Canada to the north – is the best thing that could happen to the U.S.
This past week, at the request of the Office of the United States Trade Representative, the first hearings on NAFTA were held in Washington, D.C, at which all types of groups with an interest in the treaty came together. This exercise provides catharsis to many groups, since they have a limited capacity for lobbying. [Read more]
Lately, there has been some controversy over whether the virtual economy has disrupted the physical economy. The Chinese manufacturing industry’s use of the internet and other financial means to grow is the way of the future and cannot be interrupted. Manufacturing cannot develop in a completely insular environment; [Read more]
<i>The markets have long celebrated Trump, but disillusionment is slowly starting to set in. The first disappointments will come soon.</i>
The stock markets are slowly noticing it too: Donald Trump is unpredictable and may be a threat to the stock market rally. Up to now, the markets have been enthusiastically [Read more]
It goes without saying that a statesman bending corporate activities to his will is unhealthy.
What we are seeing makes no sense. But neither does Trump.
Any Chinese person who visits American communities ... will understand that the idea of America restoring the manufacturing industry of former times is essentially a dream.