U.S. to seek stronger labor, environmental standards in Asia


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Among them, the U.S. wants the Indo-Pacific countries to improve their labor and environmental standards

The US: We have done a good job of dismantling our formerly strong labor movement and opening up to predatory "market forces", and we will show you how to keep it that way.

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Improving Labor and environmental standards depends on the level of economic development of the country in question in terms of ability. And political development in terms of willingness.

Then there are nations that simply wonlt listen to the US anyway.

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Trying to keep his pet circus happy because China has them scared??..


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Among them, the U.S. wants the Indo-Pacific countries to improve their labor and environmental standards

What? Every US government since Reagan has attempted to destroy all the hard fought gains in labour and environmental protection made since the 1850s, as is the current British government, whose intention seems to be a kind of neo-feudalism. Is this article some kind of a joke?

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@Alfie Noakes

Not a joke, just the usual PR job as most people don't research the facts you laid out.

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USA needs more slaves in the name of freedom

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in other words.

USA is afraid of rising influence of China in their backyard.as simple as is.rest is just pure ps/sorry abt mistyping/.

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Why can’t America get its head around the fact that there is an Asian continent and an American continent ?

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Because the USA is too busy playing the superhero and over-inflationary flatulence has taken over.

Hence global warming

Meanwhile the pandemic is over in USA but they're still working on it.

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