After the commercial war of every stripe that it has conducted since march, 2018, with China as the main opponent, Donald Trump will open a second battle field on the currencies? More precisely, the exchange rate of the dollar vis-à-vis other major currencies as the White House considers to be dumped. While the trade negotiations between china and the us, frozen for the past three months, resumed on Tuesday in Shanghai, Washington seems ready this time to fight on two fronts.
"China and the Europe are engaged in handling money, pumping money into their system to compete with the United States," he carried away in a Tweet on July 3, putting the two powers competing in the same bag. And to add: "We must meet the challenge or continue to be mummies (mummies) sitting on their behind politely to watch the others continue their game as they have done for years."
The allegations of manipulation vis-à-vis China are recurrent
The charges of ...Updated Date: 31 July 2019, 00:00