Better ties between China & US to impact yuan

Better ties between China & US to impact yuan
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The inking of the phase one trade deal between China and US is set to call a truce in the two-year trade conflict between the world’s two largest economies. The will set the pace for lowered tariffs, trade revival and a gradual normalization of the previously disrupted global supply chain – steps that are desired by the global community. But Asian and European stock markets were broadly subdued prior to the signature of the trade pact at the White House, as investors had qualms about the Trump administration’s faith and readiness to remove the punitive tariffs it had imposed on $360 billion of Chinese imports, as well as China’s proportionate efforts to reciprocate. The achievement of the phase one deal following a protracted tussle since early 2018 is upbeat news for the two economic powers. Yet the phase one agreement is still not sufficient, as many biting tariffs remain. If the US government agrees to cancel all tariffs and China abolishes its retaliatory taxes, both economies and the global economy as a whole will benefit significantly. For US President Donald Trump, a revitalized and humming economy will be the best anchor for him to secure a presidential re-election in November. The odds are good that he will take the initiative to abolish all additional duties his government has imposed on China and other countries since 2018. China has agreed to import more US agricultural products, energies, manufactured goods and services – some put the overall import value at $100 […]

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