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China’s Solution To Trump’s Trade Tantrums? Treat Him Like A Natural Disaster

After fighting a trade war with the United States for more than a year, Chinese officials have long realised that the best precaution against Donald Trump’s presidency of wilful unpredictability is to liken it to a natural disaster. While it is hard to predict when or how a disaster strikes, one should think of all possible ways to prepare for the worst and mitigate risks in case it happens.

Read Here – South China Morning Post

Cheap China

As hundreds of thousands of Filipinos struggled to find food, water, shelter and the bodies of loved ones in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan, China quickly dipped into its world-leading $3.7 trillion of currency reserves and came up with … all of $100,000, William Pesak writes.

Read Here – Bloomberg

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