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Drew Thompson
Opinion

Opinion

Drew Thompson

The US-China trade war should prompt American firms to take a US Inc approach to doing business

  • US companies should consider expanding supply chains and export markets outside China and moving critical manufacturing back to the US
  • They have a role to play in protecting the national interest

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US President Donald Trump answers questions from reporters before departing the White House on Tuesday. Photo: Abaca Press via Tribune News Service

‘Game over, we win!’: Donald Trump wants to draw US Federal Reserve into trade war against China

  • US president says Beijing will ‘pump money’ and cut interest rates to make up for lost business as dispute escalates
  • He says Fed should ‘match’ these moves to counter China, pressuring central bank to stimulate US economy
Topic |   US-China trade war

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US President Donald Trump answers questions from reporters before departing the White House on Tuesday. Photo: Abaca Press via Tribune News Service
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