The Ever Changing Time Line Of Trumps Trade Deal With China

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The negative vote followed the divisions among member states on whether to start trade talks with US President Donald Trump to remove the tariffs and progress on standards alignment. However leading MEPs voiced their concerns about opening negotiations with Trump while the steel and aluminium tariffs punishing European exporters remain in place. Trumps envoy in Brussels warned on several occasions that the US president would slap fresh duties on European cars unless there was real progress on the trade talks. My Administration looks forward to negotiating a large scale Trade Deal with the United Kingdom. On Wednesday while on Tuesday it rejected the governments withdrawal deal. Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk Trump has changed his tune on a trade deal with China so many times its hard to count. 90 Days Till Who Knows WhenWe have gone from the certainty of 90 days or else to canceled tariffs and who knows when. Meanwhile I am sure a pause in Tariffs and a delay in the deal suits China just fine. For the record I think the pause in tariffs is a good thing because tariffs are a bad idea in the first place. Any deal that eliminates tariffs and retaliations will be a good thing even if it otherwise accomplishes nothing

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