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Trump's Stock Market Fears Fuel U.S.-China Trade Talk Progress

by Erin Humiston | 0 Comments | January 14, 2019

After meeting with U.S. officials in Beijing this week, China is in turn expected to send delegates to Washington for continued trade talks.

IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews joined a panel on CGTN’s The Heat to discuss whether these meetings are laying hopes for a resolution on trade.

U.S. Consumers Continue to Lose in Escalating China Trade War

by Erin Humiston | 0 Comments | September 25, 2018

Amid rising tensions in U.S.-China trade, IPI resident scholar Dr. Merrill Matthews joined CGTN America’s The Heat where he noted that China’s retaliatory tariffs are indeed highly targeted toward likely supporters of President Trump, while the U.S.-imposed tariffs are hammering all American consumers and the opposite of “draining the swamp.”

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U.S. Sanctions Against China May Increase Trade Deficit

by Erin Humiston | 0 Comments | August 6, 2018

In his latest interview with CGTN-America TV’s The Heat, IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews addressed tensions between the U.S. and Iran, as well as U.S.-China trade relations. Click here to watch the full discussion.

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Imposing Tariffs on All Chinese Imports Could Lead to Chaos

by Erin Humiston | 0 Comments | July 24, 2018

President Donald Trump said that he’s prepared to impose tariffs on all Chinese imports to the U.S., amounting to $500 billion worth of goods. In a panel on CGTN America, IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews conceded that such a move could lead to chaos.

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