• February 25, 2020
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Deal With Mexico Over New NAFTA Announced

News coming from Washington D.C. today indicates that a new agreement has been reached between the U.S. and Mexico. On a rewrite to the existing NAFTA, (North American Free Trade Agreement), deal. That contemplates a flow of goods on both sides of the border that bring jobs and money to both countries. It’s said that […]

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US & China Increase Tariffs During Trade Talks

The U.S. and China announced an increase in tariffs on a multitude of goods as the trade war continues. The tariffs on the U.S. side were set on 16 billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. These goods include automobiles, factory machinery, and metals. China is one of the world’s leading suppliers of factory machinery which […]

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U.S. Denies Turkey’s Proposal To Release Pastor Brunson

Tensions between the U.S. and Turkey are set to continue upward. Multiple news outlets are reporting that the U.S. has denied a proposal from the Turkish government. Apparently, the deal contemplated the release of American pastor Andrew Brunson. In return, the U.S. would ease the tariffs imposed on Turkey. As well as, stop an investigation […]

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Turkey Hits U.S. Goods With Massive Tariffs

The Turkey-US relationship has reached a new low point! As the Turkish economy continues its downward spiral hitting record lows they are set to retaliate U.S. tariffs. Turkey plans to hit U.S. cars with 120% extra tariffs, effectively dropping all U.S. cars out of market value. It was highly unlikely that anyone in Turkey was […]

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Tariffs on Turkey Over A Pastor Send Economy On Downward Spiral

President Trump has announced today that new tariffs will be imposed on Turkey. The products that are being specifically targeted are steel and aluminum. Aluminum will have a 20% tax on it and steel will have a 50% tax added on. This has obviously caused the Turkish lira to drop drastically. At one point in […]

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China Goes After Plastic In Tariff Retaliation

Today, the Chinese government has announced its retaliation tariffs after the U.S. decided it would make good on its threats to tax more Chinese goods. So far the biggest impact in the U.S. was suffered by farmers. With these new tariffs, the effects could be felt by a wide number of industries. The Chinese Ministry […]

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E.U. Not Pleased With U.S. Iran Sanctions

Tough days ahead for the U.S.-Iran relationship! The sanctions set by the U.S. are now in effect. However, world-wide support did not come to America today. Instead the E.U. decided to back Iran on the issue. Today Nathalie Tocci, an aide to E.U. foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini made things very clear. If Europe based […]

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China Set To Retaliate American Tariffs

The new chapter in the trade war between China and the U.S. seems to be big news. Reports from China indicate that they are contemplating setting around 60 billion dollars worth of tariffs spread out across a number of American products that include coffee, honey, and the widely affected soybean amongst others. In essence, this […]

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Increasing Tariffs on China a Possibility?

A lot has been said in the past couple of days regarding the ongoing trade tension. Mainly between China and the United States. It has been the only country with which the U.S. has had issues that hasn’t folded. Yesterday we presented the U.S. “Plan B” if negotiations don’t take a faster pace. The idea […]

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U.S. Still Wants To Produce In Asia

The ongoing trade issue between the U.S. and China continues to draw headlines. Most of them have come from the domestic side as America continues to impose tariffs. Many companies continue to produce in China including Nike, Apple and even some Chinese companies are seeking a way out. We have reported that the trade war […]

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