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Die Aufgabe der NATO ist es, „die Russen draußen, die Amerikaner drinnen und die Deutschen unten zu halten.“
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10:30 [Xinhua] (E)
U.S. should treat Chinese investors objectively, fairly: MOC
China hopes the United States will treat Chinese investors objectively and fairly, China`s Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Tuesday, as it plans to closely monitor the impact of a U.S. foreign investment act on Chinese companies.
22:49 [Global Research/William Engdahl] (E)
Washington Has Lured the EU into An Anti-China Trade Front
While many in the EU breathed a sign of relief at the apparent success of the recent Washington trade tariff talks between EU Commission President Juncker and the Trump Administration, in reality it looks more as if Washington has skillfully maneuvered the EU, especially Germany, to close the door on any possible collaboration with China on trade and economic development.
22:49 [Eurasia Future] (E)
The New Global Economic Reality: America First or One Belt–One Road–Win Win
While the United States has had a history of military unilateralism that long predates the election of Donald Trump, global markets tended to rely on the US as not only a strong but a predictable and stable economic partner. While the US under Trump is domestically strong as indicated by a generally bullish stock market, confidently climbing interest rates, a strong Dollar and positive growth and employment rates, when it comes to America’s economic dealings with long time geo-economic partners, the US has become increasingly flippant, and unilateral.
20:58 [RT] (E)
Russia may stop using US dollar for mutual payments – senator
Senator Igor Morozov says Russia must lead a dollar-dumping trend in response to the latest sanctions threat, as the move would bring disaster to the debt-ridden US economy and would be a good reply to Washington’s policies.
14:10 [RT] (E)
Turkish currency implodes as diplomatic rift with US reaches new low
The lira sank by more than 11 percent to a new low of 6.3 lira to the US dollar, heading for its worst week since 2001.
5:14 [LaRouchePAC] (E)
To Exit Free Trade and Build Infrastructure at Last: The North American Belt and Road Initiative
The world is currently seeing a new paradigm of cooperative relations and economic development take hold, from its initiation in China`s Belt and Road Initiative, across Eurasia, Southwest Asia, and Africa.
2:03 [Asia Times] (E)
China will struggle to win the trade war with the US
Despite the rhetoric, Beijing might end up giving in to Washington’s demands, according to academics and economists
7:48 [LaRouchePAC] (E)
The (Dying) Elephant in the Room
The City of London is scrambling to keep its control of the $1.5 quadrillion global derivatives bubble intact, under conditions that increasingly indicate its early demise. At issue is the British Empire`s stranglehold over the trans-Atlantic financial system and economies, under conditions of a surging alternative in the form of the Belt and Road Initiative.
6:00 [Xinhua] (E)
China plans additional tariffs on 5,207 items of U.S. products
China on Friday announced its decision to impose additional tariffs of four different rates on 5,207 items of imported U.S. products worth 60 billion U.S. dollars.
21:04 [Alt-Market] (E)
Trade War Provides Perfect Cover For The Elitist Engineered Global Reset
Over the past several months, I have been examining the underlying or hidden motivations behind the currently expanding global trade war, including the impressive level of cognitive dissonance surrounding the issue.
9:31 [] (D)
Iran sieht Öl-für-Gold-Handel als tragfähige Lösung für US-Bankensanktionen an
Während Sri Lanka bereits auf der Suche nach einem "Öl für Tee"-Handelsabkommen ist, um weiterhin Öl aus dem Iran zu kaufen, ohne gegen ein US-Verbot zu verstoßen, erforschen iranische Beamte weiterhin andere Tauschlösungen auf der ganzen Welt als Alternative zum von den USA dominierten Bankwesen.
23:56 [LaRouchePAC] (E)
Emergence of a New, Just World Economic Order Is Taking Place; British Coup Operation in U.S. Must End
The import of the 10th annual summit of the BRICS nations in South Africa last week is that the emergence of a new world economic order is taking place.
13:52 [Blacklisted News] (E)
Mystery as Russia Liquidated almost Aall of its holdings in US Treasury securities during run up to Helsinki summit
The Russian government has sold off the vast majority of its holdings of US Treasury securities for reasons that remain mysterious, in a dramatic move that experts are calling unprecedented.
14:54 [Asia Times] (E)
How BRICS Plus clashes with the US economic war on Iran
The key take away from the BRICS summit in Johannesburg is that Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – important Global South players – strongly condemn unilateralism and protectionism. The Johannesburg Declaration is unmistakable: “We recognize that the multilateral trading system is facing unprecedented challenges. We underscore the importance of an open world economy.”
2:48 [Fort Russ] (E)
In Depth: Mass US Treasury bonds sell-off spells apocalyptic scenario for USD
Since April 2018, Russia has sold almost 85% of US Treasury bonds and has increased its gold reserves to a record level. In April and May this year, Moscow reduced assets in US Treasury securities from $96 billion to $15 billion. The list of the 33 largest holders of public debt published by the US Treasury Department no longer includes Russia. At the same time, the Russian Central Bank significantly increased its gold share in its international reserves.
10:17 [Sic Semper Tyrannis] (E)
Harper: Trump`s EU deal and the continuing trade war with China
President Trump cut a trade deal with the European Union this week, which gives the President greater leverage to press ahead for a similar deal with China.
20:17 [German Foreign Policy] (D)
Schulterschluss in Ostasien - Kriegsspiele im Pazifik
Berlin und Brüssel bringen sich mit neuen Vereinbarungen an der Seite der Vereinigten Staaten und Japans gegen China in Stellung. Am Mittwoch hat EU-Kommissionspräsident Jean-Claude Juncker eine Einigung mit US-Präsident Donald Trump getroffen, der zufolge beide Seiten eine Reform der Welthandelsorganisation nach gegen China gerichteten Kriterien anstreben.
22:14 [Global Times] (E)
Trade war causing a real impact on US economy
US President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that the US Department of Agriculture will adopt a $12 billion emergency plan to aid farmers hurt by the trade war. It is considered a clear signal that the trade war is causing a real impact on the US economy as well as an avowal by Trump to deploy tariffs as a weapon of trade war. This is a funny scene.
15:50 [The SoundingLine] (E)
Nearly All the US’s Largest Trading Partners Impose Higher Tariffs on US Goods than Vice Versa
In light of the escalating global trade tensions, we recently looked at the weighted average import tariffs that China imposes on goods from the US and vice versa. The comparison showed that Chinese import tariffs on US goods are over twice as high as US tariffs on Chinese goods (6.3% vs 2.9%). The disparity between import tariffs in the US and those of its trading partners isn’t limited to China.
15:49 [RT] (D)
Durchbruch im Handelsstreit zwischen EU und USA
Bei einem Treffen in Washington einigten sich EU-Kommissionspräsident Jean-Claude Juncker und US-Präsident Donald Trump überraschend auf Gespräche zur Beilegung des Handelsstreits. "Wir haben einen Deal" erklärte Juncker demnach.
2:32 [Global times] (E)
Washington`s risky calculation of currency war
The term "currency war" is coming back in vogue and has become a new issue on the international arena. Last week US President Donald Trump publicly accused China of manipulating its currency. "Chinese currency is dropping like a rock," he said. Trump also lashed out at the EU, saying the latter is promoting the devaluation of the euro. But US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Sunday during the G20 meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors in Buenos Aires, Argentina, that there`s no chance of a currency war erupting.
18:07 [ZeroHedge] (E)
Russia Liquidates Its US Treasury Holdings
Last month we showed that as Trade Wars began in April, the world`s central banks and other official institutions dumped more Treasuries than in any month since January 2016, some $48.3BN, perhaps over concerns of others selling first, and precipitating a sharp move higher in yields. Fast forward one month later to May, when according to the latest just released Treasury International Capital (TIC) update, in May the selling of Treasurys by official entities continued, with another $24BN sold in the month of May, when yields continued to rise and eventually hit the 2018 highs of 3.11%.
8:05 [Xinhua] (E)
China`s additional WTO complaint over US planned tariffs "necessary": official
The Ministry of Commerce (MOC) on Thursday said that China`s additional complaint filed to the World Trade Organization (WTO) over U.S. plans to put tariffs on 200 billion U.S. dollars of Chinese products was "necessary to defend the basic principles of the WTO."
23:21 [Fort Russ] (E)
US begins ‘trade war’ with one of Africa’s most exploited countries
The conflict began because of Rwanda’s intention to increase local clothing production. To that end, the African country government decided to reduce the import of used clothes from abroad, raising tariffs from the current 0.25 cents per kilogram to US $2.50. The volume of US exports of used clothes to Rwanda comes down to just $17 million. However, the decision to raise tariffs on second-hand clothing has angered the Trump administration.
23:09 [LobbyControl] (D)
Reisebericht: Wie JEFTA in Japan gesehen wird
Vor gut einer Woche stimmten die Regierungen der EU-Mitgliedstaaten – darunter die deutsche Bundesregierung – dem umstrittenen JEFTA-Handelsabkommen mit Japan zu. Gestern wurde das Abkommen symbolisch unterzeichnet. Anfang Juli war ich unterwegs in Tokio, um mich mit der japanischen Zivilgesellschaft auszutauschen und unsere Kritik an dem Abkommen dort zu verbreiten. Es war ein wichtiger Austausch, der die Bewegungen auf beiden Seiten stärkt und voranbringt.
21:42 [RT] (D)
Kreise: USA lehnen europäische Forderung nach Sanktions-Ausnahmen ab
Trotz der Bitten der Außen-, Finanz- und Wirtschaftsminister von Deutschland, Großbritannien und Frankreich lehnen die USA jede Ausnahme für EU-Unternehmen ab. Im Mai hatte Präsident Trump neue Sanktionen gegen den Iran angekündigt und mit Strafen gedroht.
20:01 [Smartest Finance FX] (D)
China-BIP und M1-Geldmenge im Fokus der Strafzölle
Im Reich der Mitte deuten erste offizielle Wirtschaftsindikatoren daraufhin, dass sich der Handelskonflikt mit den Vereinigten Staaten negativ auf Chinas Wirtschaft niederschlagen könnte. Zur Erinnerung sei erwähnt, dass die Regierung in Peking hartnäckig auf das anvisierte BIP-Wachstum in Höhe von 6,5 Prozent pocht.
17:07 [RT] (D)
Trotz Zoll-Zoff: Handel zwischen China und USA steigt
US-Präsident Donald Trump droht China mit massiven Strafzöllen und hat einige schon in Kraft treten lassen. Der Handel zwischen den zwei größten Volkswirtschaften blüht aber - und damit steigt auch das US-Handelsdefizit. Weitere Maßnahmen könnten folgen.
17:00 [Alt-Market] (E)
China Has Been Preparing For A Trade War For Over A Decade
The crash of 2008 brought with it a host of strange economic paradigms rarely if ever seen in history; paradigms which have turned normal fiscal analysis on its head. While some core fundamentals remain the same no matter what occurs, the reporting of this data has been deliberately skewed to hide the truth. But what is the truth? Well, at bottom, the truth is that most economies around the world are far weaker than the picture governments and central banks have painted. This is especially true for the United States.
2:45 [Press TV] (E)
Giant US banks’ clients nervous about growing trade tensions
Clients of giant US banks are increasingly nervous about growing trade tensions, but are not yet significantly curtailing business activity due to the uncertainty, banks said Friday after reporting mixed earnings.
1:27 [Counter Ccurrents] (E)
U.S. Crushes Europe
On June 28th, PwC (PriceWaterhouseCoopers) came out with their listing of “Global Top 100 companies (2018): Ranking of the top 100 global companies by market capitalisation”, and reported: “The increase in China’s market capitalisation has been close to that of the US this year. … China’s contribution to the top 100 market capitalisation increased by 57%, to $2,822bn. … European companies have never fully recovered from the 2009 financial crisis. ..."
2:18 [New Eastern Outlook] (E)
The US Can’t Win the Self-imposed Trade War
One crucial factor that is going to hurt the US more is that its tariff policy is not going to hurt China alone. On the one hand, these tariffs will hurt its economic relations with other countries, and on the other, any decline in Chinese exports to the US will leave a major impact on a number of Asian economies, which act as a supplier of products, such as smart-phone chips, to China which China uses to produce things that it exports to the US.
1:41 [Smartest Finance FX] (D)
IIF & Bloomberg – globale Verschuldung alarmierend
IIF (Institute of International Finance) und Bloomberg lenken die Aufmerksamkeit der Anleger auf die besorgniserregende weltweite Verschuldung, die im ersten Quartal des laufenden Geschäftsjahres ein Rekordhoch von 247 Billionen US-Dollar erreicht hat.
2:01 [Xinhua] (E)
Chinese premier hails China-Germany cooperation on autopilot, pledges further support
Visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday hailed China-Germany cooperation on autopilot and pledged more support in this field.
19:57 [German Foreign Policy] (D)
Deutschland im Handelskrieg - Berlin gegen Paris
Als erster deutscher Autokonzern zieht BMW Konsequenzen aus dem von US-Präsident Donald Trump angestoßenen Handelskrieg. Wie das Unternehmen gestern mitteilte, wird es seine Produktion in China ausbauen, um Verlusten zu entgehen, zu denen chinesische Gegenzölle gegen US-Strafzölle voraussichtlich führen. Hatte die Kfz-Firma bislang in den USA produzierte Fahrzeuge in die Volksrepublik verkauft, so wird sie künftig Lieferungen von ihren US-Standorten nach China zurückfahren und gleichzeitig ihren Standort in Shenyang in ein auch für den Export produzierendes Werk transformieren.
16:59 [Asia Times/Pepe Escobar] (E)
Tariffs ‘kick off 50-year trade war’ with China
The tariff tussle that began today is linked to Beijing`s ambitious `Made in China 2025` and Belt and Road strategies, which will transform the global economic and geopolitical landscape; this rivalry could last for decades, some experts have said
16:44 [Big League Politics] (E)
Why The IMF Is The Biggest Bully On The Planet
Have you ever heard of the Lagarde list? The Lagarde list was the biggest scandal on the planet. A perpetrator obtained STOLEN private banking information from the only country on the planet where your bank account is a person’s most protected asset: Switzerland. At the time that this BREACH supposedly happened Christine Lagarde was the Minister of Finance of France. The information in her possession was used as leverage to all EU economies to remain in the EU economic system.
1:03 [Asialyst] (F)
Chine-Amérique : les trois fronts de la guerre économique voulue par Trump
La guerre économique qui vient de commencer entre les États-Unis et la Chine sur le front commercial, est déjà en cours sur le front industriel où elle pourrait s’aggraver. Il est peu probable qu’elle déborde au front financier. Mais Si la situation s’envemine, cette guerre économique pourrait avoir un impact analogue à celui de la crise de 2008. Il pourrait coûter 4 points de PIB aux deux principaux protagonistes, un peu plus pour l’Union européenne et sans doute pour le reste de l’Asie où ce conflit saperait le fonctionnement des chaînes globales de valeur.
1:02 [Pars today] (F)
USA: la Chine s’en va en guerre
Le grand jour est arrivé. La plus grande guerre commerciale de l’histoire économique vient d’être déclenchée de bonne heure ce vendredi 6 juillet. Imposant les tarifs douaniers de 34 milliards de dollars sur les importations américaines, la Chine vient de riposter aux mesures américaines.
0:38 [Sic Semper Tyrannis] (E)
China offered a trade alliance with EU against the US - and was rejected
So, the Europeans don`t want to play on the Chinese team against Trump and the US economy? How strange ...
15:50 [Der Spatz im Gebälk] (D)
Der Westen, wohin?
Die Bank of Russia stockt laut Bloomberg zurzeit ihre Yuan-Holdings auf. Im April hat sie die Hälfte der US-Staatsanleihen verkauft. Dafür erhöhen Russland und China stetig ihre Goldreserven.
22:22 [Press TV] (E)
Russia hits back at US, raises import duties
Russia has struck back against the US decision to impose tariffs on foreign steel and aluminium by imposing its own tariffs on US goods.
15:14 [RT] (E)
Trump threatens China with more than $500bn in US trade tariffs
First “34 (billion dollars), and then you have another 16 in two weeks and then as you know we have $200 billion in abeyance and then after the $200 billion we have $300 billion in abeyance. Ok? So we have 50 plus 200 plus almost 300,” Trump said, adding “It’s only on China.”
15:13 [RT] (E)
Trade war begins: China retaliates with 25% tariffs on $34 billion worth of US imports
Just hours after the United States introduced 25 percent trade tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods, Beijing has retaliated with mirror measures against American imports.
15:12 [Japan Economic Foundation] (E)
JEEPA & Its Strategic Potentials in Asia
By Martin Schulz - The Japan-EU Economic Partnership Agreement (JEEPA) burst into public attention when it was signed just before the G20 summit in Hamburg as a positive symbol for global trade and cooperation in a world that seemed to have become more protectionist and inward looking. It now has the opportunity to move beyond the limited potentials of a "traditional” Free Trade Agreement (FTA) towards a broader platform of “21st century” integration issues in Japan, Europe and Asia.
15:12 [RT] (D)
JEFTA vor Unterzeichnung: Mögliche Privatisierung von Wasser durch EU-Abkommen mit Japan
Am kommenden Mittwoch will EU-Ratspräsident Donald Tusk gemeinsam mit Japans Premierminister Shinzo Abe das geplante Freihandelsabkommen zwischen der EU und Japan unterzeichnen. Verbraucherschützer warnen einmal mehr vor einer möglichen Wasser-Privatisierung.
23:29 [Tichys Einblick] (D)
Boom vorbei
Das DIW sieht die „deutsche Konjunktur auf der Kippe.“ Die BIZ warnt vor einer gefährlichen Anfälligkeit der Weltwirtschaft infolge der grassierenden Verschuldung. Mitten im Sommer sind am deutschen Konjunkturhimmel kräftige Gewitterwolken aufgezogen. Die Wirtschaftsforschungsinstitute haben ihre Wachstumsprognosen für 2018 – ebenso wie die Bundesbank und die Bundesregierung – deutlich zurückgenommen. ifo hat seine Vorhersage von 2,6 auf 1,8 % gesenkt.
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