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CSPAN
Jun 8, 2017 6:56am EDT
million of advertising spent on negative china ads focused on trade in cleveland alone. you know, that would later be the site of the republican convention. trade has been a contentious issue in elections but i would argue that in this election something more deep resinated in the electorate. if you look at the primaries, right, over 20 million voteers favorite and vote for the upstarts, over 20 million voters went for trump and went for sanders and a big reason why, i think, is trade. the two of them were very much aligned on trade and the thinking goes like this, the once great middle class of the united states has been hall lowed out by globalization and trade and the way to bring american jobs back from overseas is to start enforcing trade rules and raising tariffs, we heard that from bernie sanders and donald trump and we al heard frit both of the candidates, the desire to exit the transpacific partnership, the tpp. no matter whether you voted for president trump or you voted for hillary clinton or bernie sanders, whoever, some of these arguments just hit home, right? i don't care
CSPAN
May 22, 2017 3:54am EDT
minutes. karen: i am happy to have him here today. for two decades, jeremy haft has been in china and he has overseen export and import programs between american and chinese enterprises. spanning shipbuilding and refineries, to auto parts and medical supplies, to maple syrup and cow hides. jeremy's start-up is a private and public partnership funded by a grant, to build export markets in china for new york agriculture. prior to his china work, he was the founder of one of the first internet ad agencies in new york city, ranked in the top five and acquired in 1997. he is an adjunct professor at georgetown. and he is the author the recent "unmade in china" which examines competitive advantages over china. he has spoken to members of congress, ambassadors, and the business community. his analysis has also been featured in the wall street journal, the financial times, u.s. news and world report, npr, bbc, and other cable and media outlets. with that said, please help me welcome jeremy haft [applause] jeremy: thank you. thank you so much. thank you, karen. thank you for coming. thank y
CSPAN
May 26, 2017 9:59pm EDT
.-china economic relationship and how changes in trade policy could effect the relationship. this was hosted by the colorado springs world affairs forum. it is one hour and time minutes. -- 20 minutes. >> i met our speaker a few months ago at the world affairs thecil and putting aside comments we heard from senator george mitchell, i thought he was one of the highlights of the conference. i am happy to have you here today. for two guest -- for two decades he has been building companies on the front line. he has overseen export programs between american and chinese enterprises in a wide variety of industries and agriculture, spanning shipbuilding and -- two maple syrup and cap hide. jeremy's current startup is a public-private partnership funded by a grant from the empire state of element corporation to build export markets in china for new york agriculture. work, jeremychina was a founder of one of the first internet ad agencies in new york city which was ranked top cash as the countries in 1997. he is an adjective professor. he is the author of all the tea in china, a primer on how t
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