President Trump praises great unity and progress at the G7 summit.

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President Trump praises great unity and progress at the G7 summit with respect to Sino-U.S. trade conflict resolution, global climate change, containment for Iran, and trade peace with Europe and Japan. At the G7 summit in France, President Trump asserts that he can engage in direct talks to better resolve climate change issues and economic sanctions on the nuclear nation Iran. President Trump can meet the Iranian President Hassan Rouhani under the right circumstances. The Trump administration can further help eradicate environmental degradation on a global scale.

Also, President Trump expects Sino-U.S. trade talks to resume in September 2019. These new negotiations can help assuage the recent bilateral trade escalation with higher tariffs, verbal threats, and other aggressive countermeasures. Chinese Vice Premier Liu He indicates that China can work together to solve key trade problems through consultation and cooperation with a calm attitude. In addition, the Trump administration attains trade peace with Japan for better regional trade partnerships. Moreover, the Trump administration causes France (and other European countries such as Germany and Italy) to agree to legitimate digital tax reprieve for U.S. tech titans such as Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google.

Overall, peace and engagement can help resolve complex economic policy issues.

 


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