Trump Aide Says US Would Win Trade War With China

It could become clearer in just a matter of days at least some of what’s going to happen with trade under Trump’s rule, but if the incoming U.S. president does incite a trade war with China, some seem to think he’ll win.

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Trump Pledges a Quick Post-Brexit Trade Deal with the UK

The Times of London and Germany’s Bild newspapers conducted an exclusive interview with President-elect Donald Trump. During the conversation–which covered a range of topics including potentially lifting sanctions on Russia to get them to the table on a nuclear weapons deal and more talk about……...

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Trump Tackles Trade in Press Conference

At Donald Trump’s first press conference since winning the election, the President-elect doubled down on his promise to punish companies that move jobs from the U.S. to another country.

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Ivanka Trump Steps Down from Eponymous Label

As Donald Trump prepares to take office, the Trump family readies for the transition. Ivanka Trump, the President-elect's daughter, recently removed herself from her eponymous label as well as from any dealings in the Trump Organization.

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Trump, Alibaba Head Tout US Job Creation

Jack Ma, owner founder of Chinese e-commerce juggernaut Alibaba, was the latest in a long list of business leaders, luminaries and politicos to meet with the President-elect.

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