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Trump’s speech makes Chinese people surprised

Popularity 11Viewed 15568 times 2016-6-30 15:58 |Personal category:social concern|System category:News| countries, exchange, problems, Chinese, opinion

In the latest speech of Trump, he once more talked about the trading of China. Openly, he said China had totally controlled its exchange rates, which has caused lots of problems to America in trading and other areas. He showed his opinion that he doesn’t support TPP, for it will bring lots of bad effects to America but be helpful to those countries which control the exchange rates such as China. Therefore, he would take measures to solve the problems if he is successful to be the next president of America.

      In other words, if Trump becomes the president, a war of economy between China and America might happen. As a businessman, he clearly knows how to make profits from business. He again and again stresses that he will put up prices in tariff for China. Both countries have argued about the exchange rates for many years, but as time goes by, we can see that both countries have profited from it though it goes with lots of arguments.

Is it as serious as Trump said? Is it the time for America to fight against China in trading? What will happen when Trump starts a war between China and America in trading? Do you have any ideas?

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Reply Report Ted180 2017-1-28 01:22
Very wrong! I underestimated the stupidity of American voters!!
Reply Report Newtown 2018-12-20 06:01
Ted180: Very wrong! I underestimated the stupidity of American voters!!
Thus, an admission of your own stupidity.

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  • Trump’s speech makes Chinese people surprised 2018-12-20 06:01

    Ted180: Very wrong! I underestimated the stupidity of American voters!!
    Thus, an admission of your own stupidity.

  • Will dropping of population restrict China’s development? 2018-12-20 04:52

    The environment does matter, but I doubt the population of over 1 billion would drop to 0.1 billion so quickly. I habitually invite students to see these issues globally, and that way to habitually put comments about China's policies into a globally influential context, as is appropriate for a people who sit in the UN Security Council and who have significant gold reserves. A small % of people are concerned for the world facing water shortages. The global population has been doubling in half the time since the 1700s without any wars making a dent in the population explosion, and that is obviously the direct result of mismanaged banks making huge quantities of money freely available so people too easily live indoors and raise so many children. During the past few centuries, national policies were to increase populations because of fear of war with a neighbouring country. But in the past decade, we hear of military leaders in some countries starting to openly wish, online, that they could address threats to the environment as national threats to safety. However, my friends in philosophy point out that the evidence of natural disasters has not convinced some policy makers around the world. Of course, China is known for making green cities: a step toward sustainable urban development. Imagine a few countries in the world able to re-regulate banks and manage the economy to reduce the population explosion, manage international relations to live without fear of war, and so manage to lead international care for sustaining our environment. Walter Rothschild wrote a book listing extinct species of birds, so that our population explosion crowds many species out of life is known to bankers. I hope survival issues matter to policy makers in any country.

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