President Trump is falling into lockstep with the economic nationalism he promised: protection for domestic consumption, employment and training for local workers, and measures aimed at eliminating dependency on other regions.
<i>Analyst Timur Nigmatullin explains why the U.S. is not rushing to call off the sanctions against Russian companies</i>
Businessman Oleg Deripaska agreed to reduce his stake in En+ Group, a holding company of Rusal, below 50 percent and leave its board of directors.* Prior to that, Steve Mnuchin, head of the U.S. [Read more]
[E]verything indicates that the confrontation between the United States and China will be serious.
He promised, and he delivered: America First.
The economic policy of Trump has a stale air and is a little childish...like returning to metal toys and block letters.
"Behind protectionism, Trump hides his inability to face problems in international forums by way of multilateralism."
America cuts down to size those who stand up to it. “America can.” It will step over them and move on.