Trump will get what he wants from China

Trump will get what he wants from China

New BY James Rickards POSTED 6 hours ago

Several years ago, I began warning readers that a global trade war was likely in the wake of the currency wars. This forecast did not seem like a stretch. It would simply be a replay of the sequence that prevailed from 1921–1939 as the original currency war started by Weimar Germany morphed into trade wars started by the United States and finally shooting wars started by Japan in Asia and Germany in Europe.

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