Korean companies may be engaging in unfair trade practices - but an 80% tariff is not sustainable.
A lot of asia is worming with the chinese and the chinese have been building bridges lately.
Nafta was kinda floating up in the air with a lot of issues being pushed by US not being so popular.
With the recent uncloseting of prez trump as a bigot and the response from Mexico and other parts of the world , this would be the perfect time for the chinese to push and gain ground against the west.
Expect more of this as we systematically write ourselves out of the real world
Seeing a more Ghost In The Shell type of world coming about
half of these comments at the button proves sanctions on the U.S is the least we could do, the response with arrogance and edgyness on how nothing can hurt them and how they can do whatever they want. and we have already seen this demonstrated all over the world with millions of deaths caused by this.
no. this attitude clearly is the reason why Trump won, And the reason why the U.S needs to get disarmed and pushed of its high horse. so they can start acting like everyone else.
If this effects Korean beer prices...I'm gonna somehow be even more upset with this president...
All that these countries have to do is look at Taiwan as an example of how their relationship is gonna be with China. Just because China is an option doesnt mean they should actually take it.