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Trump gives speech at World Economic Forum to business and political leaders
U.S. President Donald Trump delivered a speech at the World Economic Forum on Friday in Davos, Switzerland. At the forum, an annual meeting of business and political leaders, Trump met individually with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and with British Prime Minister Theresa May. He then met with European business executives Thursday night, and Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Swiss President Alain Berset on Friday.
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“Trump’s bombastic style, unpredictability and willingness to diverge from the norms of past White House occupants has seemingly injected doubt into U.S. relationships around the globe …”
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Trump arrived at the Forum as “a man on a mission: to demonstrate his prowess on the world stage.”
Trump tweeted, “Will soon be heading to Davos, Switzerland, to tell the world how great America is and is doing.”
“There is broad concern in European capitals that 2018 could be the year Trump’s bark on trade turns into bite, as he considers punitive measures on steel and threatens to end the 90s-era North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico.”
Earlier this month the U.S. Commerce Department finished an investigation into steel imports and sent a report with recommendations to Trump. The president has 90 days to review them. Separately, Trump has said he would renegotiate NAFTA.
“China, which often is accused of protectionism to shield its domestic market, also boasted of its globalist credentials.”
Liu He, a Chinese economic policy official said, “We have broadened access to our financial markets and taken the initiative to increase imports.”
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