China’s opening of banks and brokers to foreign control was the single most-important thing that happened while Donald Trump was in China. Photo: ReutersDanang, Vietnam: American and other securities firms scored what looks like a big win Friday when China announced new rules allowing them to own 51% stakes in joint ventures.
American and other securities firms scored what looks like a big win Friday when China announced new rules allowing them to own 51 percent stakes in joint ventures. It’s just the sort of market-opening move President Donald Trump was seeking on his first trip as president to Beijing.He didn’t even ask for it in specific terms on the trip, say people familiar with the situation -- even though it’s been at the top of the wish list for US financial firms for years.
But Xi easily could have bestowed this gift upon Trump during his visit by telling him about the pending move -- ahead of one of their joint appearances, for instance -- something to blunt the theme in the coverage that Trump has very little to show despite already spending almost a week in the Asian region, either on trade or North Korea.
Also a reminder that in politics, winning is everything. Bannon hasn't been shy about his feelings toward @DonaldJTrumpJr /Jared before. After Roy Moore disaster, no one wants to hear it, esp Trump. #TicTocNews
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