Chinese farmers warn government they’ll need subsidies to compete with U.S. farm products..TRUMP WIN

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As official Washington preoccupies itself with the latest alleged “crisis” involving some aspect of the Trump administration, the White House has been quietly but steadily making progress on its key trade objectives.

Last year POTUS Donald Trump announced that his negotiators had reached a deal with Mexico and Canada to rework NAFTA into a new United States Mexico Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA). The agreement awaits action in the U.S. Congress and the legislatures of the other two countries, though it’s passage now that Democrats control the House is in doubt.

Still, the president’s team continues to make progress in other aspects of trade, especially with China. Like his bid to rework NAFTA was panned by #NeverTrump critics, so, too, has his tariff approach to dealing with the huge trade imbalances between the U.S. and China. But when we separate the hyperbole from the results, it appears as though the president’s approach is working.

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Our farmers are being subsidized too.
Doesnt sound like much of a win
 
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Our farmers are being subsidized too.
Doesnt sound like much of a win
Republicans are TOO STUPID to figure this out though; it's just a bit complicated for them :21:
Because you are so fucking stupid...

The system of agricultural subsidies was originally instituted to stabilize markets, help low-income farmers, and aid rural development. ... Unlike traditional subsidies that promote the growth of products, Congress recognized that agricultural prices needed to be boosted and did so by limiting the growth of these crops.
 

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Our farmers are being subsidized too.
Doesnt sound like much of a win
Republicans are TOO STUPID to figure this out though; it's just a bit complicated for them :21:
Because you are so fucking stupid...

The system of agricultural subsidies was originally instituted to stabilize markets, help low-income farmers, and aid rural development. ... Unlike traditional subsidies that promote the growth of products, Congress recognized that agricultural prices needed to be boosted and did so by limiting the growth of these crops.

Yo Einstein bitch, I know what subsidies are for but you folks with your noses so far up Trump bung hole obviously do not.
 

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As official Washington preoccupies itself with the latest alleged “crisis” involving some aspect of the Trump administration, the White House has been quietly but steadily making progress on its key trade objectives.

Last year POTUS Donald Trump announced that his negotiators had reached a deal with Mexico and Canada to rework NAFTA into a new United States Mexico Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA). The agreement awaits action in the U.S. Congress and the legislatures of the other two countries, though it’s passage now that Democrats control the House is in doubt.

Still, the president’s team continues to make progress in other aspects of trade, especially with China. Like his bid to rework NAFTA was panned by #NeverTrump critics, so, too, has his tariff approach to dealing with the huge trade imbalances between the U.S. and China. But when we separate the hyperbole from the results, it appears as though the president’s approach is working.

(Excerpt) Read more at thenationalsentinel.com ...
tRumps new NAFTA was little more than a name change, Chinese farmers already have subsidies.
 
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Our farmers are being subsidized too.
Doesnt sound like much of a win
Republicans are TOO STUPID to figure this out though; it's just a bit complicated for them :21:
Because you are so fucking stupid...

The system of agricultural subsidies was originally instituted to stabilize markets, help low-income farmers, and aid rural development. ... Unlike traditional subsidies that promote the growth of products, Congress recognized that agricultural prices needed to be boosted and did so by limiting the growth of these crops.

Yo Einstein bitch, I know what subsidies are for but you folks with your noses so far up Trump bung hole obviously do not.
Scumbucket if you knew you wouldn't have posted unless you enjoy looking like a complete as whole...ROTFLMFAO
 
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As official Washington preoccupies itself with the latest alleged “crisis” involving some aspect of the Trump administration, the White House has been quietly but steadily making progress on its key trade objectives.

Last year POTUS Donald Trump announced that his negotiators had reached a deal with Mexico and Canada to rework NAFTA into a new United States Mexico Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA). The agreement awaits action in the U.S. Congress and the legislatures of the other two countries, though it’s passage now that Democrats control the House is in doubt.

Still, the president’s team continues to make progress in other aspects of trade, especially with China. Like his bid to rework NAFTA was panned by #NeverTrump critics, so, too, has his tariff approach to dealing with the huge trade imbalances between the U.S. and China. But when we separate the hyperbole from the results, it appears as though the president’s approach is working.

(Excerpt) Read more at thenationalsentinel.com ...
tRumps new NAFTA was little more than a name change, Chinese farmers already have subsidies.
I guess you are another genius that doesn't understand their subs aren't enough....another failed eco 101 student....lolol
 

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As official Washington preoccupies itself with the latest alleged “crisis” involving some aspect of the Trump administration, the White House has been quietly but steadily making progress on its key trade objectives.

Last year POTUS Donald Trump announced that his negotiators had reached a deal with Mexico and Canada to rework NAFTA into a new United States Mexico Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA). The agreement awaits action in the U.S. Congress and the legislatures of the other two countries, though it’s passage now that Democrats control the House is in doubt.

Still, the president’s team continues to make progress in other aspects of trade, especially with China. Like his bid to rework NAFTA was panned by #NeverTrump critics, so, too, has his tariff approach to dealing with the huge trade imbalances between the U.S. and China. But when we separate the hyperbole from the results, it appears as though the president’s approach is working.

(Excerpt) Read more at thenationalsentinel.com ...
For Chinese farmers to already be appealing to their government for relief signals another win for the Trump trade negotiators. China has no choice but to import soybeans; its own farmers cannot grow enough to satisfy the country’s needs. At the same time, the Communist Party leadership can’t afford to stoke unrest in the country’s agricultural sector.
Not sure why Chinese farmers asking for relief is a win for the right wing; subsidies are a way of life in the US.
 

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As official Washington preoccupies itself with the latest alleged “crisis” involving some aspect of the Trump administration, the White House has been quietly but steadily making progress on its key trade objectives.

Last year POTUS Donald Trump announced that his negotiators had reached a deal with Mexico and Canada to rework NAFTA into a new United States Mexico Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA). The agreement awaits action in the U.S. Congress and the legislatures of the other two countries, though it’s passage now that Democrats control the House is in doubt.

Still, the president’s team continues to make progress in other aspects of trade, especially with China. Like his bid to rework NAFTA was panned by #NeverTrump critics, so, too, has his tariff approach to dealing with the huge trade imbalances between the U.S. and China. But when we separate the hyperbole from the results, it appears as though the president’s approach is working.

(Excerpt) Read more at thenationalsentinel.com ...
tRumps new NAFTA was little more than a name change, Chinese farmers already have subsidies.
I guess you are another genius that doesn't understand their subs aren't enough....another failed eco 101 student....lolol
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As official Washington preoccupies itself with the latest alleged “crisis” involving some aspect of the Trump administration, the White House has been quietly but steadily making progress on its key trade objectives.

Last year POTUS Donald Trump announced that his negotiators had reached a deal with Mexico and Canada to rework NAFTA into a new United States Mexico Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA). The agreement awaits action in the U.S. Congress and the legislatures of the other two countries, though it’s passage now that Democrats control the House is in doubt.

Still, the president’s team continues to make progress in other aspects of trade, especially with China. Like his bid to rework NAFTA was panned by #NeverTrump critics, so, too, has his tariff approach to dealing with the huge trade imbalances between the U.S. and China. But when we separate the hyperbole from the results, it appears as though the president’s approach is working.

(Excerpt) Read more at thenationalsentinel.com ...
For Chinese farmers to already be appealing to their government for relief signals another win for the Trump trade negotiators. China has no choice but to import soybeans; its own farmers cannot grow enough to satisfy the country’s needs. At the same time, the Communist Party leadership can’t afford to stoke unrest in the country’s agricultural sector.
Not sure why Chinese farmers asking for relief is a win for the right wing; subsidies are a way of life in the US.
More subs for the farmer takes money away from all other govt operations in China....such as weapons development, etc.
 
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As official Washington preoccupies itself with the latest alleged “crisis” involving some aspect of the Trump administration, the White House has been quietly but steadily making progress on its key trade objectives.

Last year POTUS Donald Trump announced that his negotiators had reached a deal with Mexico and Canada to rework NAFTA into a new United States Mexico Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA). The agreement awaits action in the U.S. Congress and the legislatures of the other two countries, though it’s passage now that Democrats control the House is in doubt.

Still, the president’s team continues to make progress in other aspects of trade, especially with China. Like his bid to rework NAFTA was panned by #NeverTrump critics, so, too, has his tariff approach to dealing with the huge trade imbalances between the U.S. and China. But when we separate the hyperbole from the results, it appears as though the president’s approach is working.

(Excerpt) Read more at thenationalsentinel.com ...
tRumps new NAFTA was little more than a name change, Chinese farmers already have subsidies.
I guess you are another genius that doesn't understand their subs aren't enough....another failed eco 101 student....lolol
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As official Washington preoccupies itself with the latest alleged “crisis” involving some aspect of the Trump administration, the White House has been quietly but steadily making progress on its key trade objectives.

Last year POTUS Donald Trump announced that his negotiators had reached a deal with Mexico and Canada to rework NAFTA into a new United States Mexico Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA). The agreement awaits action in the U.S. Congress and the legislatures of the other two countries, though it’s passage now that Democrats control the House is in doubt.

Still, the president’s team continues to make progress in other aspects of trade, especially with China. Like his bid to rework NAFTA was panned by #NeverTrump critics, so, too, has his tariff approach to dealing with the huge trade imbalances between the U.S. and China. But when we separate the hyperbole from the results, it appears as though the president’s approach is working.

(Excerpt) Read more at thenationalsentinel.com ...
For Chinese farmers to already be appealing to their government for relief signals another win for the Trump trade negotiators. China has no choice but to import soybeans; its own farmers cannot grow enough to satisfy the country’s needs. At the same time, the Communist Party leadership can’t afford to stoke unrest in the country’s agricultural sector.
Not sure why Chinese farmers asking for relief is a win for the right wing; subsidies are a way of life in the US.
More subs for the farmer takes money away from all other govt operations in China....such as weapons development, etc.
while it improves that market sector?
 

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Our farmers are being subsidized too.
Doesnt sound like much of a win
Republicans are TOO STUPID to figure this out though; it's just a bit complicated for them :21:
Because you are so fucking stupid...

The system of agricultural subsidies was originally instituted to stabilize markets, help low-income farmers, and aid rural development. ... Unlike traditional subsidies that promote the growth of products, Congress recognized that agricultural prices needed to be boosted and did so by limiting the growth of these crops.
Socialism 101 GAWD
 
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Interesting to see how pure market forces could straighten out a lot of corrupt practices.


As official Washington preoccupies itself with the latest alleged “crisis” involving some aspect of the Trump administration, the White House has been quietly but steadily making progress on its key trade objectives.

Last year POTUS Donald Trump announced that his negotiators had reached a deal with Mexico and Canada to rework NAFTA into a new United States Mexico Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA). The agreement awaits action in the U.S. Congress and the legislatures of the other two countries, though it’s passage now that Democrats control the House is in doubt.

Still, the president’s team continues to make progress in other aspects of trade, especially with China. Like his bid to rework NAFTA was panned by #NeverTrump critics, so, too, has his tariff approach to dealing with the huge trade imbalances between the U.S. and China. But when we separate the hyperbole from the results, it appears as though the president’s approach is working.

(Excerpt) Read more at thenationalsentinel.com ...
For Chinese farmers to already be appealing to their government for relief signals another win for the Trump trade negotiators. China has no choice but to import soybeans; its own farmers cannot grow enough to satisfy the country’s needs. At the same time, the Communist Party leadership can’t afford to stoke unrest in the country’s agricultural sector.
Not sure why Chinese farmers asking for relief is a win for the right wing; subsidies are a way of life in the US.
More subs for the farmer takes money away from all other govt operations in China....such as weapons development, etc.
while it improves that market sector?
Stabilizers.......big difference.
 
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Our farmers are being subsidized too.
Doesnt sound like much of a win
Republicans are TOO STUPID to figure this out though; it's just a bit complicated for them :21:
Because you are so fucking stupid...

The system of agricultural subsidies was originally instituted to stabilize markets, help low-income farmers, and aid rural development. ... Unlike traditional subsidies that promote the growth of products, Congress recognized that agricultural prices needed to be boosted and did so by limiting the growth of these crops.
Socialism 101 GAWD
No ssshole that is when we let people like you take over and run the government that has now become farmers.....Another economic FAIL!
 

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As official Washington preoccupies itself with the latest alleged “crisis” involving some aspect of the Trump administration, the White House has been quietly but steadily making progress on its key trade objectives.

Last year POTUS Donald Trump announced that his negotiators had reached a deal with Mexico and Canada to rework NAFTA into a new United States Mexico Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA). The agreement awaits action in the U.S. Congress and the legislatures of the other two countries, though it’s passage now that Democrats control the House is in doubt.

Still, the president’s team continues to make progress in other aspects of trade, especially with China. Like his bid to rework NAFTA was panned by #NeverTrump critics, so, too, has his tariff approach to dealing with the huge trade imbalances between the U.S. and China. But when we separate the hyperbole from the results, it appears as though the president’s approach is working.

(Excerpt) Read more at thenationalsentinel.com ...
For Chinese farmers to already be appealing to their government for relief signals another win for the Trump trade negotiators. China has no choice but to import soybeans; its own farmers cannot grow enough to satisfy the country’s needs. At the same time, the Communist Party leadership can’t afford to stoke unrest in the country’s agricultural sector.
Not sure why Chinese farmers asking for relief is a win for the right wing; subsidies are a way of life in the US.
More subs for the farmer takes money away from all other govt operations in China....such as weapons development, etc.
while it improves that market sector?
Stabilizers.......big difference.
subsidies is a win for the right wing not free market economics?
 
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Interesting to see how pure market forces could straighten out a lot of corrupt practices.


As official Washington preoccupies itself with the latest alleged “crisis” involving some aspect of the Trump administration, the White House has been quietly but steadily making progress on its key trade objectives.

Last year POTUS Donald Trump announced that his negotiators had reached a deal with Mexico and Canada to rework NAFTA into a new United States Mexico Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA). The agreement awaits action in the U.S. Congress and the legislatures of the other two countries, though it’s passage now that Democrats control the House is in doubt.

Still, the president’s team continues to make progress in other aspects of trade, especially with China. Like his bid to rework NAFTA was panned by #NeverTrump critics, so, too, has his tariff approach to dealing with the huge trade imbalances between the U.S. and China. But when we separate the hyperbole from the results, it appears as though the president’s approach is working.

(Excerpt) Read more at thenationalsentinel.com ...
For Chinese farmers to already be appealing to their government for relief signals another win for the Trump trade negotiators. China has no choice but to import soybeans; its own farmers cannot grow enough to satisfy the country’s needs. At the same time, the Communist Party leadership can’t afford to stoke unrest in the country’s agricultural sector.
Not sure why Chinese farmers asking for relief is a win for the right wing; subsidies are a way of life in the US.
More subs for the farmer takes money away from all other govt operations in China....such as weapons development, etc.
while it improves that market sector?
Stabilizers.......big difference.
subsidies is a win for the right wing not free market economics?
Apparently you dont care about our agriculture production.....which concerns us all...but you lefties knew that...or perhaps you didn't...in that case what a waste of a brain.
 

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Not sure why Chinese farmers asking for relief is a win for the right wing; subsidies are a way of life in the US.
More subs for the farmer takes money away from all other govt operations in China....such as weapons development, etc.
while it improves that market sector?
Stabilizers.......big difference.
subsidies is a win for the right wing not free market economics?
Apparently you dont care about our agriculture production.....which concerns us all...but you lefties knew that...or perhaps you didn't...in that case what a waste of a brain.
we just don't whine about trade when we have massive subsidies.
 
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More subs for the farmer takes money away from all other govt operations in China....such as weapons development, etc.
while it improves that market sector?
Stabilizers.......big difference.
subsidies is a win for the right wing not free market economics?
Apparently you dont care about our agriculture production.....which concerns us all...but you lefties knew that...or perhaps you didn't...in that case what a waste of a brain.
we just don't whine about trade when we have massive subsidies.
That is why we try not to! Easy peasy.
 

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