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Asia's factories falter in June; U.S.-China trade truce fails to brighten outlook

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By Leika Kihara

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usa is fully responsible here not China. Remove trump and all ills will end.

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Remove trump and all ills will end.

I doubt it. China has been piggybacking off the U.S. for decades. Trump has called them out on it and said no more, and this is all his fault?

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and this is all his fault?

LOL Trump started the trade war that he stated was easy to win. hes caused this prolonged doubt and instability in the markets, if the downturns continues itll be all on Trump's watch. While Im hoping it doesn't itll be poetic justice if it continues into the 2020 elections.

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Trump started the trade war that he stated was easy to win

the US officially marked its longest economic expansion...ever...yesterday. Last quarter data showed a surge in new jobs. At this point, it appears Trump IS winning.

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