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Trump’s First 100 Days in Trade: Success or Less So?

It’s arguable that 100 days (98 to be exact) isn’t all that much time to judge a new president on his progress, but while Trump’s intentions on trade have been bold thus far, little concrete has taken shape on the topic since the new administration settled in.

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Trump Leaves Border Tax out of Reform Plan

The White House released a plan for tax reform Wednesday without the Hill’s unified backing, and though it doesn’t do much to detail concrete path forward for reform, the border adjustment tax wasn’t a part of the plan.

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US Gives China 100 Days to Take Action on Trade

Though little concrete has yet emerged about President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping’s meeting in Mar-a-Lago last week, one thing was made clear: The U.S. wants “tangible” results from China on trade in fairly short order.

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China: Let’s Not Spoil the China-US Relationship

President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are in Mar-a-Lago this week for a two-day meeting, and top in the talks has been cooperation on trade.

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Op-Ed: Brexit and Trump—Are They Similarly Bad for Business?

Brexit and the Trump Revolution are often linked. What really unites them is the extraordinarily uncommercial attitude many of their politicians are taking to what real businesses want. But really, they differ on so much.

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