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  • Trump Revolution frustrated by disagreement

    There’s no doubting the Trump team’s commitment to cutting imports. But it keeps getting tougher to see what how they want to do it.

  • US critics link another broken Trump trade promise to Trump administration corruption. Possibly inaccurately

    For the second time in a week, US critics have accused the Trump administration of corrupt motives for dishonouring pre-election trade promises.

  • US policy announcements ignore major trade commitments

    Although in January Donald Trump summarised his objectives as “Buy American, hire American”, major policy priority summaries now almost ignore trade programmes.

  • This isn’t a good time for developing new sourcing strategies

    The speed the sourcing environment’s changing, you’d think this is a good time for a new strategy. You’d be wrong.

  • “Trump’s an idiot” says currency expert as US Adminstration see-saws on China.

    “I will instruct my Treasury Secretary to declare China a currency manipulator the day I take office” promised Donald Trump on October 22.

  • Asia Society suggests priorities for Trump adminstration’s attitudes to China – and they don’t include currency.

    In a report issued on February 7, the New York-based Asia Society endorses Trump’s overall priorities on China, but claims currency manipulation is a relatively minor issue.

  • Trump abandons China “currency manipulation” promise

    Donald Trump announced on January 14 his abandonment of a central campaign pledge about China.