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trade and investment challenge that is china. for example, its overcapacity, et cetera. have we in fact seated economic and strategic interests to china? what are the implications of a border tax? if we do a border tax as unilateral action to mexico and other countries is it a real possibility. there ways ae apeterson instit publication that said the one outcome of the trump policy if fully enacted could be implosion, that is to say, that the economy couldn't withstand thee disruption. should our trade enforcement regime, should congress take a look and the administration at our trade enforcement regime, countervailing duties be made more robust to make it more possible to return to market-opening incentives down the road? we're watching serious strains eu.elop in the what is in fact the impact of trump's approach to brexit in the european union? how could dissolution and weakening of the eu hurt the u.s.? i'll start with the front question, that is the broad question, and ask each participant to commentis briefl and then we'll move down the list as is appropriate in the discussion
mexico possibly of negotiation with nafda. could be in a trade war with china very soon. could have much bigger impact on our economy. we may have to relearn what we thought we knew about protectionism and amerimercanti before we can change the political dynamic that's happening in the country. >> i guess i would comment perhaps on the earlier question. i think if reason labor has been actively opposed to trade agreements and trade policy is the concerns they had have simply not been addressed. i think in the way they have historically operated, they have typically looked to the interest of the companies for whom that negotiate, which makes perfect sense. oftentimes the seoul staoul sta party with interest what happens in america is not the company or the workers or the state, but the local community. i know and tpp reason there was such strong opposition was in fact on an issue that dealt with rules of origin in the auto sector where the auto companies had a view that was understandable from their global foot fingerpri footprint and the unions had a view of trying to keep jobs in americ
is china and its over capacity? have we seated leadership in the east to china? what are the practical implications of a border tax? if we don't do a border tax is unilateral action against mexico and maybe other countries a real possibility? there was a peterson institute publication that said the one outcome of the trump policies that fully enacted could be implosion. that is to say the economy couldn't withstand the disruption. should our trade enforcement regime, should congress take a look? should duties be made more robust to make it more possible to return to market incentives? we are watching strains in the eu. what is trump's approach to brexit and how could the weakening of the eu hurt the u.s. i will start with the broad question and ask each participant to comment briefly and move down the list. the first question is -- oh, i didn't do my intros. we have -- as every panel is distinguished and this panel is particularly distinguished. on my right is gary huffpower. you have their bios on the paper in front you have. it is a pleasure for me to say gary succeeded me
that they cannot provide themselves. this is yet to see ken from china or japan but actually want the opposite that the united states must remain in europe rica not afford our programs because we have to spend money on defense. also in terms of trade we have to bear in mind not only the u.s. mission ship was completed at the end you could even argue there is no european trade it still looks for a narrative and also very much to find -- defined by tepee p.m. although we don't know the exact window if what will take its place it is very clear that all negotiations with the asian pacific countries will come to a halt simply because every betty is waiting for the united states or the trump administration to react. . . how this has had an impact on the european, reaction on trump's presidency not only trade policy but also migration issues. we have braced for the worst and in a sense you could even say that we are starting to react to the united states trade policy a little bit like north korea. it's perfectly rational to be irrational and we as a power cannot deal with that kind of tr
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)