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Rabobank: Trump-Xi Meeting Is Not About Tariffs Or Trade, But Who Wins The Great Chess Game And How — Michael Every

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More geopolitics and geostrategy, and how it impacts finance and economics. The danger here is that POTUS and US hardliners see this as a zero-sum game. This greatly increases the chance that it will lead to kinetic warfare on a grander scale. The US is already deep into deploying economic, information, and cyberwarfare against a number of countries, and positioning for kinetic warfare. The situation now is increasingly hair-trigger.Zero HedgeRabobank: Trump-Xi Meeting Is Not About Tariffs Or Trade, But Who Wins The Great Chess Game And HowMichael Every | Head of Financial Markets Research Asia-Pacific, Rabobank

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More geopolitics and geostrategy, and how it impacts finance and economics.

The danger here is that POTUS and US hardliners see this as a zero-sum game. This greatly increases the chance that it will lead to kinetic warfare on a grander scale. The US is already deep into deploying economic, information, and cyberwarfare against a number of countries, and positioning for kinetic warfare.

The situation now is increasingly hair-trigger.

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Rabobank: Trump-Xi Meeting Is Not About Tariffs Or Trade, But Who Wins The Great Chess Game And How
Michael Every | Head of Financial Markets Research Asia-Pacific, Rabobank

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