topupufa700: Experts Says Trump’s China Tariffs Aren’t Effective. Here’s What They Think Could Work

Experts Says Trump’s China Tariffs Aren’t Effective. Here’s What They Think Could Work


12 Nov 2019 at 11:21pm
Some economists, farmers and Main Street business owners agree that the U.S.-China trade war has hurt trade and jobs across the country.
But if tariffs aren’t the answer บาคาร่า to holding China accountable for intellectual property (IP) theft, currency manipulation, cyberattacks, producing and selling opioids to the U.S. and more, what is?
Port of LA Executive Director Gene Seroka, who lived and worked in China, told the Daily Caller News Foundation that the U.S. should take a leadership position by going “to the WTO with allies walking hand-in-hand.”
Some trade experts, farmers and Main Street business owners agree that the U.S.-China trade war has hurt trade and jobs across the country.



Nearly half the cargo that travels through the Port of Los Angeles, the busiest port complex in the U.S., is subject to tariffs, which puts about 1.47 million jobs at risk of reduced hours or layoffs on a national level, a study by the Port of LA and BTS Associates released Tuesday found.“The impact เว็บคาสิโนออนไลน์ of consumers is real. Prices in certain segments have gone up,” Port of LA Executive Director Gene Seroka told the Daily Caller News Foundation. “The impact to companies that employ all of us in this country and aspire to hire more people are being stunted because of these tariffs. They’re absorbing additional costs. They’re holding cash back waiting for some level of certainty to invest.”

Tariffs may not be the 188BET most effective way for the world to hold China accountable for intellectual property (IP) theft, currency manipulation, cyberattacks, producing and selling opioids to the U.S., subsidized state-owned enterprises and more, but bringing complaints to the World Trade Organization (WTO) could be a good place to start, Seroka said.Seroka believes the next step for President Donald Trump and his administration to address China’s trade malpractices is to bring complaints against the country to the WTO and work with other countries instead of trying to solve the issue without seeking outside assistance.

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