Mapping the world's opinions

What are the views on the US - China trade war? Show more Show less

Donald Trump's protectionist economic policies led to the introduction of tariffs on $250 billion of imports from China. President Xi Jinping responded with tariffs of his own, affecting some $110 billion worth of US-made products. As the two global economic behemoths enter a trade war, what are the implications for both economies and the rest of the world?
China is likely to win the trade war; it stands to benefit
<< Previous (5 of 8 Positions) Next >>

Incentive for Market Expansion

When you take the US off the valuable trade partner table, China must look elsewhere for trade.

(1 of 2 Arguments) Next >>

Context

Enter the background of the argument here ...

The Argument

Enter the main explanation of the argument here ...

Counter arguments

Enter the counter arguments here ...

Premises

Enter the formal premises of the argument here ...

Rejecting the premises

Enter the technical rejections of the premises here ...

References

Content references here ...

Proponents

Do you agree?

Sign up or log in to record your thoughts on this argument

Explore related arguments

This page was last edited on Monday, 23 Jul 2018 at 09:11 UTC