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Hong Kong Distracts China From Trade War With U.S., Says Carl Weinberg

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  • Published on:  Monday, August 12, 2019
  • Aug.12 -- Carl Weinberg, High Frequency Economics chief economist, talks about the protests in Hong Kong and China's trade war with the U.S. He says the U.S. won't have any impact on the Hong Kong protests. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
  • Source: https://youtu.be/YXNz4jTyHh4
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  • Bruce Karaus

    Bruce Karaus

     7 days ago +17

    Another "expert" who doesn't think that nations can do two things at once.

  • martin kwok

    martin kwok

     7 days ago +3

    Trump Distracts people brain from seeing the real things

  • Thomas Headley

    Thomas Headley

     7 days ago

    No distraction. The PROC can run & tie knots at the same time. The beauty of delegated responsibilities. As opposed to a stable genius who know everything.

  • KiTT FOXXE

    KiTT FOXXE

     7 days ago +2

    Another so-called expert at nothing this is Bloomberg's janitor

  • John Linnon

    John Linnon

     6 days ago +1

    Evening trade balances globally will help China, and U.S., believe it or not. Their domestic economies. It's the outsourcing global corporations that go overseas for cheap labor, and then export tariff-free, that would lose out.

  • Wonderful Mockingbird

    Wonderful Mockingbird

     7 days ago +3

    Easy Win turned out to be Never Win.

  • MoneyGod vG

    MoneyGod vG

     7 days ago

    And a small distraction from the south china sea

  • Henry L

    Henry L

     7 days ago

    Who cares it! I am sick of hearing it again. I am more worried about the pressures at work. No job losses please.

  • TheBestWayOne

    TheBestWayOne

     7 days ago

    America First we must stop the cheats.

  • Ariel Prido

    Ariel Prido

     7 days ago +4

    If Hong Kong falls...China will be ruined.

  • Henry

    Henry

     7 days ago +2

    By 2020 election, any "deal" reached would apply to 2021 and onwards. By then, China would have built reliable supply chain for ag products, technology parts supplies, energy etc. What deal is there to be made then?

  • a xx

    a xx

     7 days ago +20

    Funny how you call it a Chinese domestic matter yet your diplomat is meeting with the perpetrators, gets caught red handed with picture exposed

  • Pub Comrad

    Pub Comrad

     7 days ago +1

    Regime change in mainland China🇨🇳 is requested.

  • Lucius McPimp

    Lucius McPimp

     7 days ago +6

    this trade war has done nothing but slow global growth. Only way it ends is with trump losing the election. I wont vote for him again

  • god emperor almighty forefather TRUMP

    god emperor almighty forefather TRUMP

     7 days ago

    China is weak right now and the predators sense prey

  • 1994CPK

    1994CPK

     7 days ago +5

    Taiwan is the real China

  • Pub Comrad

    Pub Comrad

     7 days ago +2

    China is going down like a kite without wind.

  • john stoddard

    john stoddard

     7 days ago +1

    : FAKE NEWS ALL FAKE NEWS ALL FAKE NEWS

  • Willowtree Blog

    Willowtree Blog

     7 days ago +6

    Trade War? It's a trade deal, not a war. Actual war or trade war is US military invasion into Venezuela to force Venezuela to have to use US petrodollar. Actual trade war is US military invasions in Middle East, in Libya, Syria etc to force other sovereign countries to have to use US petrodollar, which is the only thing propping up and keeping US worthless currency relevant and circulating.

  • John Linnon

    John Linnon

     6 days ago

    The farmers support going against China, to even the trade balance, yet they didn't realize it's China that would use their food import tariffs as a weapon. I guess China can't raise tariffs on much else, because there isn't much else the Americans are exporting to China. If the farmers had advisors to point that out, they would never have had business with China. Trump ought to raise tariffs on other countries' food imports to allow the U.S. farmers to have a domestic market. It's ok- those other countries also have a trade surplus with U.S.