President Donald Trump had a laurel and a dig for one of his favorite "globalists" Thursday as he bid his top economic adviser farewell. But really, Sasse said, trade is a "win-win" proposition.
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"He brought a voice of rationality to the White House and was a strong advocate for globalization", said Bill George, a board member of Goldman Sachs, adding that Wall Street was concerned not just about steel tariffs but also a move away from open markets. Trump voiced his backing for the tariffs by stating that the United States has been ripped off by both friend and foe in a trade thus there must be a punishment placed on these countries.
Amid the escalating row, European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi has voiced concern for the "state of global affairs". However, no one thought about putting an age verification check on the clip compilation.
But lawmakers fear a trade war could wipe away economic gains and leave them on shaky ground with voters in November.
Cohn said he would resign shortly after he lost a fight over Trump's plans for hefty steel and aluminum import tariffs.
The EU is also maintaining a threat of counter-measures that would target US imports ranging from maize to motorcycles, and may publish its list next week to allow industry and other interested parties to give their input.
The US neighbour to the north was also by far the largest supplier of alumina and aluminium, followed by China, Russia and the United Arab Emirates.
Canada's former minister of global trade says the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is being renegotiated based on a false premise established by the American president.
Canada's ambassador to Washington dined this week with US national-security adviser H.R. McMaster; Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland, Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, and Transport Minister Marc Garneau all reached out to cabinet counterparts in recent days.
However, he took aim at Germany, reviving a longstanding gripe that European NATO allies do not pay their fair share.
"He and I have a good relationship because we wrestle a lot and he knows where I stand", Sasse told The World-Herald.
Brazil and Britain were also quick to launch broadsides against the tariffs, which are worth billions of dollars.
"China would have to make a justified and necessary response".
News of the tariffs broke on Thursday night - with Donald Trump signing a declaration in a White House ceremony attended by American workers. Trump reportedly said of the video, "This is violent, isn't it?" at the meeting.
Trump said Canada and Mexico are exempt for now, and other countries could be spared if they can convince the administration that their steel and aluminum exports don't threaten American jobs and industry.
But an administration official insisted on Wednesday that Trump's final tariff proclamations had not been softened, saying the "flexible but firm" approach allows exemptions for allies, but must be offset by higher tariffs on remaining countries. "Meeting being planned!" Huckabee Sanders will definitely be getting questions about the planning of this meeting between the President and Kim Jong-Un.
And European markets steadied in early trade.
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