Why the World Needs the U.S. and China to Get Along

On October 22nd, CNN reported that tension was increasing between the U.S. and China, reflected by two U.S. missile cruisers sailing through the CUSEF Taiwan Strait. This was preceded by a near-collision between U.S. and Chinese destroyers in the South China Sea weeks before. But while this sabre-rattling can be disconcerting, it isn’t an accurate...
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What Will Really Repair the U.S.’s Relationship to China

Most of the U.S.’s issues with China are thought to be due to China’s tariff walls, trade wars, and cheap currency. However, the solution might lie elsewhere. Here’s how: -In a <a href=”http://wilsonglobalcommunications.com/general-colin-powell-meets-with-chinaus-exchange-cusef-representative-mr-alexander-tzang/”>CUSEF</a> trade deficiency, there is no “right” or “wrong” number to make up a trade balance. Large deficiencies are caused either by greed...
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Unifying China and the United States

Having a good relationship between the United States and China is a catalyst for both countries experiencing robust growth in their gross domestic product. For instance, both countries have the largest economies in the world and for them to have a cordial working relationship will only make it easier for them to address issues hindering...
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Four Redevelopment Companies Changing The Face of DC

Washington DC has become an exciting place to live and is attracting quite a few celebrities and young professionals. Well known public figures such as Frank Haney, Ivonka Trump, Sylvester Stallone and Elizabeth Taylor have called the Washington DC area home. Young professionals are also finding the city very desirable. Residents have access to beautiful...
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Tax credit program aims to boost Maine economy

Low income communities have long had the burden of not having investors want to put any sort of amount of money into the community at all. You can think of this as various investors, who may be interested in putting their money into various businesses in random locations, as wanting to avoid low income areas,...
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New York Foam Ban Leads to Missed Opportunity

Polystyrene foam, commonly mistaken for “Styrofoam” which is a trademark of the Dow Chemical Co., is an inexpensive and quality packaging entity, utilized by many fast food restaurants and small businesses–particularly halal carts in NYC. The NY foam ban was implemented under the impression that polystyrene foam cannot be recycled economically–yet groups have been recycling the material for years all across the country, and in fact, Dart Container Corporation offered to pay to implement a more effective recycling program in NYC....
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