58 bookmarks. First posted by andriak march 2018.
As New York Times reporter Claire Cain Miller has written for the Upshot , multiple studies have found that industries like steel, computers and electronics were hit hard by automation. Like most developed countries, the United States is primarily a services economy, said Scott Lincicome, a trade analyst at the Cato Institute, a libertarian think tank. The Observatory of Economic Complexity at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology reported that the United States exported $11.8 billion in cars to Europe in 2016. The sentence referred to America’s narrowing trade deficit during “the Great Recession,” not during “the Time of Shedding and Cold Rocks.” (Pro tip: Disable your “Millennials to Snake People” extension when copying and pasting.) A version of this article appears in print on , on Page A9 of the New York edition with the headline: Exaggerated And Misleading Claims on Trade.may 2018 by sechilds
Because of an editing error involving a satirical text-swapping web browser extension, an earlier version of this article misquoted a passage from an article by the Times reporter Jim Tankersley. The sentence referred to America’s narrowing trade deficit during “the Great Recession,” not during “the Time of Shedding and Cold Rocks.” (Pro tip: Disable your “Millennials to Snake People” extension when copying and pasting.)march 2018 by limeonaire
This was updated on March 7, 2018. In defending his embrace of steep tariffs — and in comments that seem to encourage a trade war — President Trump has repeatedly claimed enormous trade imbalances, unfair practices and an international system that benefits everyone but the United States. via PocketIFTTT Pocket twitter
march 2018 by Werderbach