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Archive of entries posted on 31st May 2019

Uncertainty is the new normal — now Trump has discovered he has real weapons.

So, now tariffs on Mexican imports — unless they stop the people flow. Meantime, the China Trade War (squabble?) continues, with more and higher tariffs. What’s next? Tariffs on cars from Europe? A 25% on Vegemite from Australia. Used to be we had three equal parts to our government — until Trump discovered he could […]