By David Randall and Svea Herbst-Bayliss
While looming over the decision whether or not to conduct a retaliatory military strike on Syria, the president publicly focused on trade issues sitting down with elected officials from rural states to talk about better trade deals for farmers. As a means to push back against Chinese economic aggression, the president is instructing two of his top aides to take a second look at the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP.
By Andy Home LONDON (Reuters) – U.S. tariffs on imports have already roiled the aluminum market.
New Trump Administration Economic Director Larry Kudlow told reporters Wednesday morning that “people shouldn’t overreact right now” in regards to Wednesday’s market drop. This market reaction comes in response to an announcement made by China early Wednesday morning that the country plans to implement new tariffs on 106 various U.S. goods.