The trade war between the United States and China will affect the Philippines if prolonged, an analyst said Saturday.
Economic adviser Francis Chua said Manila will feel the impact of prolonged trade tensions between the two superpowers since these are major importers.
“Anything that harms these economies, it will in one way or another affect us if it is prolonged for a long period. Short period, it’s not harmful,”
Chua, notwithstanding, is idealistic that Washington and Beijing could think of a win-win arrangement at some point or another.
Trump undermined to send 25 million Mexicans to Japan: report
Donald Trump threatened Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe he would ship 25 million Mexicans
to his country, one of a series of bizarre missives that jarred fellow leaders at last week’s acrimonious
G7 meet, according to a report on Friday.
The Group of Seven summit gathering of top industrialized democracies finished in disarray after the
US president abruptly rejected its consensus statement and bitterly attacked Canada’s Prime Minister
In the background, Trump’s partners were terrified by verbal pokes on points running from exchange to
psychological warfare and relocation, The Wall Street Journal stated, citing European authorities who
At a certain point he depicted movement as a major issue for Europe at that point said to Abe: “Shinzo, you
don’t have this issue, yet I can send you 25 million Mexicans and you’ll be out of office soon,” making a feeling
of disturbance in the room, as per an EU official.
Theme swung to Iran
The source included that when the theme swung to Iran and fear based oppression, Trump trained in on French
President Emmanuel Macron, saying: “You should think about this, Emmanuel, in light of the fact that every one
of the psychological militants are in Paris.”
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker likewise experienced harsh criticism and was more than
once depicted by Trump as a “fierce executioner” in reference to the coalition’s antitrust and duty fines against US
tech organizations that have kept running into billions of dollars.
Severe contrasts over exchange overwhelmed the summit facilitated by Canada, with pioneers of the world’s biggest
economies arranging against Trump’s dangers to force solid levies on imported steel and aluminum.