The Incredible Shrinking U.S.-China Trade Deal (World Politics Review)

Two weeks after it was signed, President Donald Trump’s phase-one trade deal with China, which the White House typically hyped as a “landmark” and “historic agreement,” is looking more suspect. There were always questions about what was left out of the deal—especially industrial subsidies in China and continued tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars in imports from China. But now there is growing skepticism about the value of what is actually in the deal.

https://www.worldpoliticsreview.com/articles/28498/is-the-trump-trade-deal-with-china-overhyped?utm_source=WPR+Free+Newsletter&utm_campaign=502d8967cb-Daily_Free_01282020&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_6e36cc98fd-502d8967cb-64207257&mc_cid=502d8967cb&mc_eid=eee1e65047

Kimberly Ann Elliott is a visiting scholar at the George Washington University Institute for International Economic Policy, and a visiting fellow with the Center for Global Development.

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