Commenting on this evening’s signing of the ‘phase one’ trade deal, TFG spoke to Dr Rebecca Harding, trade economist and CEO of Coriolis Technologies
The month of May marked the end of British Prime Minister ‘May’, and was ultimately about continuations of previous stories and themes, the outcome of the European Elections and the start of the Conservative leadership race.
In the early hours of the morning, President Trump raised a further $200bn worth of tariffs on Chinese exports (5,700 different products to be exact), moving the tariff from 10% to 25%.
Europe is a large and attractive market for commodities, heavily dominated by Russian exporters, or at least it was, until Donald Trump stepped into power. His promise to supply Eastern… read more →
Long before he assumed office, Trump was staunchly against China’s dominance of global trade. His views became campaign rhetoric and that was eventually what swept him into the Oval Office.… read more →
Ninety seven per cent of exporters questioned in a survey said they were optimistic about growing their businesses through international trade. We spoke to Institute of Export & International Trade… read more →
As most preceding presidents know, choosing a cabinet is one of the trickiest jobs facing any new president. Mr. Trump told reporters early on that he wanted his nominees to… read more →
We will take a look at the China and US trade relationship along with the vehicles market in the US below, and attempt to understand whether Donald Trump will ‘rip… read more →
In the United States, property taxes are often based on values 30-60% higher than a property’s worth. Factors like this make investors want to invest globally. The primary factor that… read more →