The Trade War Begins and AMLO Wins
At 12.01am on Friday July 6, the long-telegraphed trade war between the United States and China began with U.S. tariffs imposed on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods - and the Chinese responding in kind. How far will it go, and how does it affect the regular consumer? We hear from Bill Reinsch, CSIS's head of all things trade.
Later in the show we hear from Mexico expert Richard Miles on Mexico's new president and how he's likely to approach the U.S.-Mexico relationship.
Hosted by Colm Quinn.
For more on trade, listen to the Trade Guys: https://www.csis.org/podcasts/trade-guys
And to keep up with developments in the Western Hemisphere, be sure to tune in to CSIS's 35 West: https://www.csis.org/podcasts/35-west