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Trump’s Tariffs & This US vs China Trade War Are Hurting Chinese Manufacturers A Lot More

Wall St for Main St


Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interviews first time guest, the founder of AI firm Complete Intelligence, Tony Nash. Tony has lived and worked in Asia for over a decade and has extensive experience working in mainland China working with the Chinese government, The Economist and global manufacturers. Follow Tony on Twitter here. During this 50+ minute interview, Jason asks Tony about the state of the Chinese economy, Chinese manufacturing and if President Trump’s tariffs and trade war is hurting Chinese manufacturers more than the US.



Conservatives win big majority in UK election

BBC – Business Matters


BBC considers the economic and business implications of the Conservatives’ resounding UK election win. The BBC’s Rob Young is in Derby in the English east Midlands to gauge business reaction there. Also in the programme, after months of negotiations, the US and China announce a preliminary trade agreement. The so-called phase one deal will see billions of dollars in tariffs removed or delayed. Mary Lovely, a trade economist at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington DC, explains the significance of the deal. Plus, Chris Low of FTN Financial in New York sums up how global markets greeted the news. And the BBC’S Deborah Weitzman tells us why Brits are spending more of their hard earned cash on takeaway food, rather than cooking at home.
All this and more discussed with two guests on opposite sides of the Pacific: Tony Nash, chief economist at Complete Intelligence in Houston and Peter Ryan, ABC’s Senior Business Correspondent, in Sydney.


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Will China’s Economic Slowdown Cause a Global Recession?

Real Vision


Will gathering headwinds in China force the Asian superpower into a global recession — and could a Chinese downturn snowball into a global slowdown? Tony Nash, founder of the AI platform Complete Intelligence, explores the themes behind China’s slowing growth and weakening demography. The former head of Global Research for The Economist Intelligence Unit unpacks his outlook for Hong Kong’s diminished role in China’s future — and explores the broader question of whether frictions inside China’s social contract could imperil the expansive vision of an ‘Asian Century’ to come.