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China-Trump the First 30 Days
Presentation on Youtube
• Antonio Graceffo, PhD, China-MB

China Trump

School of Economics Shanghai University

On November 8, 2016 Donald Trump was elected president of the United States. His election sparked protests across the United States and demonstrated how divided the nation is on President Trump. He assumed office on January 20th, 2017, with an approval rating of only 48%, one of the lowest of any incoming president in history. He banned travel to the US from 7 Muslim countries, insulted the leaders of Germany, Mexico, and Australia, pulled America out of the Transpacific Partnership, threatened protectionist tariffs and taxes on foreign imports, and he packed his cabinet with pro-Taiwan and anti-China pundits.

Watch it on Youtube: China Trump the First 30 Days, a presentation at Shanghai Business Events,
by Antonio Graceffo, PhD, China-MBA, School of Economics Shanghai University

About the author

Antonio Graceffo, PhD, China-MBA: is the author of seven books about China and Southeast Asia. He works as a lecturer at Shanghai University, and holds a PhD from Shanghai University of Sport, where he wrote his dissertation, in Chinese. In addition, Antonio received his China-MBA, from Shanghai Jiaotong University, and is currently completing a second PhD in economics at Shanghai University, focusing on China-outbound investment and Trump-China economy.

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