Yale's Roach Sees U.S. Trade War Between China and U.S. 1 day ago   06:18

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May.13 -- Yale Professor Stephen Roach and Bloomberg's Marty Schenker discuss the state of U.S.-China trade talks amid the escalation of a tariff war between the two nations. They speak on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

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Ivy Istok
Yah....China has paid you well old man.....the Chinese are not stupid as some Americans are......
Senor Dockman
China steals intellectual property whenever and wherever it can. No one is stopping them. Why isn’t that the focus is our government?
Mike Easterwood
Roach is a China apologist..... Be careful who you believe?
Johnny Q
A follow-up is: Why is the US repeating the mistake of electing egomaniac, stable geniuses into office.
Hong
He is right US still have the old view towards China. China is changing every year. Here in developed country we don't change that much. It is too difficult to change.
S Gill
America is now second fiddle .
MaxMisterC
Who's listening to the discussion of 'Smoot-Holly,' & thinking:
"....Beuller, ....Beuller!!"
John Townsend
Another $16 billion bailout for farmers!!! So once again Blue States will have to bail out Red States for the decisions of a President elected by the Red States. How long can this last?
John Townsend
trump is playing with fire when he recklessly blacklists and imposes tariffs willy nilly. He is blind to the plain fact that pulling out of the TPP isolated the US and gave China an open field to play in. Any decline in China GDP due to trump ill-conceived shenanigans, they'll more than make up elsewhere.
Vlad Puddin
Hurray, now Trump can declare mission accomplished and victory won... China has been vanquished and Xi called uncle.. we can all declare peace in our time.. and even swine flu pigs can fly ... business as usual ... destruction of the earth averted... Trump is suddenly struck by honesty and promised not to lie anymore. 🤪🤪🤪🤪
Thelma Lynne
China has always been China.America is a land that was stolen from its indigenous people.America is the last country that should say anything about another countries human rights.
BINH NGUYEN
AFTER PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON GAVE FOR CHINA WTO ECONOMIC, CHINA BECAME WEALTHY MONEY, WHEN CHINA GOT FULL MONEY THEY CAN THINKS THINKS GO OCCUPANCY LANDS , OCEAN SEA ON SOUTH SIDE ASIA .. BUILDING FAKES ISLANDS CLOSERS BY VIETNAM OCEAN, CHINA NO MONEY IS CHINA SLEEPING. CHINA HAVE MONEY TO PUSHING CHINA GO DO OCCUPIED LANDS OF NEIGHBORHOODS COUNTRIES. CHINA IS BADLY 👎👎👎👎
zxcvbn
To prove the threat of Climate Change is true, nearby forests are set to fire in the summer by liberal Hollywood celebrities.
Darko Fius
Yale Professor Stephen Roach, his analysis is spot on, but one thing is now on the table, Europe learned that supporting bashing Russia cost EU 240 billion dollars, Japan acknowledged lost 27 billion, Professor should see that vassal and serfs will have the Washington political economy as a pure loss, and one day will announce, fight the losing stream alone...US is heading in 2020 for and ugly recesion, and "friends" bashed today by Washington will fight at that time their own battles...
Bill Limpert
Past mistakes repeated is true, that is what they usually do.
yang ji
finally someone is making sense on US TV
Thomas Manning
FDR also ignored a thousand economists with regard to Keynesian inflationary pressures.
MetaView7
He said it -- the co-dependence of China... it is like a drug. You know feels good, you also know it is not good for you. Trump is doing something to rid of the drug, like the opium war that china fought 200 hundred years ago, except the table is reversed. The future is fascinating.
Stefan laluna
Fact is that recessions are more common (and harder) under Republican presidents!
and seeing this President and the current republicans are the least intelligent and most greedy ever ....
Doublescoop BS
There are a few wise men in the US who really understands the world.
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May.23 -- David Miles, professor of financial economics at Imperial College Business School, and Bloomberg’s Karen Leigh discuss the U.S.-China trade war, its global implications and what’s at stake for both the U.S. and China. They speak on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”