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Old 07-10-2019
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Originally Posted by Blonjuan44 View Post
just google the pictures comment story - I am sure Fox covered it also, normally it would be crazy but in this case par for the course so not a big deal. Calling a new diplomat a stupid person today - never ends. You should also look at, and in your case replace "Jeff Ross" with "Don Rickles" - both famous insult comedians for different generations I guess, if nicknames and insults is the game. In fact Jeff Ross mc'd two Trump roasts, at least he was willing to be roasted. "China is still being hard headed, but eventually they will have to come around because they are loosing factories."- they leased Hong Kong out for 99 years, they can easily wait 1 or 5 years until Trump is gone. I was just in Brazil, (3rd world, but less homeless than in Chicago, less shooting but still a better place to get stabbed) sad to say the Soy Bean market will never come back to Illinois like it was...- and as people are finding out they don't store well in bins made for corn...
I don't watch Fox News.

When Trump says something stupid I just start laughing, because can hear liberal heads exploding from miles away. Sometimes he is just yanking your chain...Sometimes stupid is just natural for him.

China was a third world country right up until Bill Clinton normalized trade relations with them. Their entire economy was built by American companies moving to China. Tariffs are causing those companies to look for cheaper alternatives. They will have to stop the bleeding at some point...their economy can not survive with out the US market.

The farmers will figure out where to get their next meal. If they can't afford Red Lobster they will just go on government welfare.

Here is my search pick which one you want to read.

Tariffs pressure Chinese factories to upgrade or move, not to the U.S. ...

May 23, 2019 - The tit-for-tat trade war between Washington and Beijing is pushing some foreign manufacturers to move factories out of China — not to the United States, despite President Trump's insistence that tariffs will bring back U.S. factory jobs, but to a “second China,” in Southeast Asia.
U.S. Imports From Vietnam Soar as Chinese Factories Simply Move ... › U.S. › Economy › Us › Vietnam › China › Trade › War

May 28, 2019 - Amid rising trade tensions between Beijing and Washington, the Trump administration has said that tariffs will force companies producing in China to relocate factories to nearby countries.
Computing Tech manufacturing is moving out of China ... - Digital Trends

6 days ago - Despite the fact that President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping have negotiated a temporary cease-fire in the trade war, many major tech companies are moving ahead with plans to close down factories in China and relocate them elsewhere. ... Before the trade truce was ...

Manufacturers Are Leaving China, But Not Due to Trade War and ...
Jun 7, 2019 - Some manufacturers were considering a China exit before tariffs increased ... “Businesses moving supply chains out of China long predates the ...

Why Nintendo, Google and others may move manufacturing out of ...
Jun 14, 2019 - Nintendo and Google are reportedly moving some manufacturing out of China, joining the many who have considered expanding their ...

Around 200 US Companies Considering Moving Production From ...

Apr 29, 2019 - The trade dispute between the United States and China—with U.S. tariffs ... in China to move their factories out of the country to prevent losses.

Chinese companies moving to Vietnam keep quiet on trade war to ... › Economy › China Economy

May 16, 2019 - Chinese manufacturers are keeping their lips sealed in the domestic trade war debate because of fears of retaliation all sides of local ...
Trade war pushing companies from China to Vietnam, but experts ... › Economy › China Economy

May 8, 2019 - Some Chinese manufacturers, though, have struggled to recruit those ... So if you're looking to move in the near future, that is still the best bet.”.

One Trump Victory: Companies Rethink China - The New York Times

Apr 5, 2019 - The trade war is nearing a possible truce, but global companies are nevertheless moving to reduce their dependence on Chinese factories to ...

Chinese Manufacturing Companies Moving to the US | TECMA
China gets a bad rap for taking US jobs, but a recent trend is seeing Chinese manufacturing companies moving to the US in search of lower production costs ...
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