While pressing China to adhere to the rules, the United States itself moved quickly to self-protectionism, contrary to international rules.
[R]arely has anyone exploited the power of the currency to the degree Trump is doing. 'Donald Trump has turned the dollar into a weapon.'
Trump must understand that the doctrine of self-protectionism in particular is what threatens world security.
[S]ince Trump took office, the power of the dollar is being added to the power of poor impulse control and shameless short-sightedness by the head of state.
<i>After having feared the worst, Wall Street has grown accustomed to the American president’s blaring declarations, economist Jean-Paul Betbeze explains in a Le Monde column.</i>
Is Wall Street beginning to understand Donald Trump? It looks that way! In fact, it’s on the rise again after having feared the [Read more]
The economic policy of Trump has a stale air and is a little childish...like returning to metal toys and block letters.
If the president wants to proceed against [the national debt] with tariffs, dangerous times lie ahead for the world.
America cuts down to size those who stand up to it. “America can.” It will step over them and move on.
Trump lowers royalties, and Apple creates jobs. However, one is not necessarily linked to the other.
Trump has broken every pattern and defied all uses and practices.