China is the world's biggest buyer of US soybeans. It imported $14 billion worth of them in 2016, according to the US Department of Agriculture. "If there were increased trade tensions, soybeans could likely be a potential target in any Chinese retaliation," said Paul Burke, the North Asia regional director for the US Soybean Export Council. That's a big worry for an industry that supports tens of thousands of jobs in the US, many of them in states that voted for Trump in the 2016 election.
(CNNMoney) - Una de las mayores industrias agrícolas de Estados Unidos teme encontrarse en la mira de China si el presidente estadounidense, Donald Trump, sigue aumentando las tensiones comerciales entre las dos economías más grandes del mundo. China es el mayor comprador mundial de soya de Estados Unidos. Importó un valor de 14,000 millones de dólares (mdd) en granos de soya en 2016, según el Departamento de Agricultura de los Estados Unidos.
Chinese state-controlled media confirmed a blaze broke out Saturday at the Jokhang Temple in the Tibetan capital Lhasa, and reported that it was quickly brought under control. No injuries were reported. Authorities appear to be censoring mentions of the fire online and suppressing any details of the cause or aftermath. Some social media posts on Weibo, a Chinese social media platform like Twitter, appear to have been erased by government censors.
But the response from whomever I’m speaking to...Australian, British, Chinese, etc...is so what? Are any of those challenges so insurmountable that they can’t be solved in the face of thousands of innocent people being murdered each year? That’s what I can’t answer.
To clarify, I always tell them about the issues that make solving the problem hard—constitutional protections, industry lobbying, culture, political considerations, lack of funding for mental health programs, etc.
I live abroad in China and most of my colleagues/friends here are not American. There is a persistent disbelief on their part as to why the US continues to allow shootings like #Parkland to happen. Not sure what to tell them.
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