China, U.S.: What to Make of Washington's Watered-Down Tariffs

Aug 13, 2019 | 20:47 GMT


In its 2019 Third Quarter Forecast, Stratfor noted that the United States would likely follow through on its threat to impose additional tariffs on remaining Chinese imports. The White House has now exempted some of these tariffs, likely in an attempt to appease global markets and mitigate the U.S. economic impact. Despite this latest reprieve, however, U.S.-China trade talks will likely remain rocky. But each new falling out brings new problems for the two sides to hash out at the negotiating table. ...

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