Will WTO survive under Trump?
26-6-2018 10:25 AM
Levin said:
The answer as of now is NO unless USA stop blocking appointment of WTO judges.

By next year, there will be less than 3 judges (normally 7) which is the minimum number of judges required to hear a trade dispute. I think this is part of USA's plan as it need WTO to stop functioning so that it can impose tariffs, sanctions, barriers in trade without WTO judgement on its actions.

So. They, United States, especially Trump want to be world police Trade-man. Big Grin
And not world police-man.
23-3-2019 10:08 PM
teeth53 said:
Thot so. They don want to be world policeman, they want to be world trademan.
Trump issued world order to those who is dependable US America to survive.
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Chinese is happy that he go as crazy as possible .. he is stupid but yet think he is smart .. literally making us look stupid and non trustable globally .. honestly this is Christmas come early for Chinese to advance with this brilliant elected ya president .. Hold he get 2nd term and do more
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