Brexit and trade tensions having an impact on Irish growth, finance minister says

Brexit and trade tensions having an impact on Irish growth, finance minister says5 Hours AgoPresident Donald Trump’s comments about the transatlantic relationship between the EU and U.S. are ‘a concern’ for Ireland, whose small and open economy is already being impacted by global trade tensions and Brexit, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe told CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche during the IMF Spring Meetings in Washington, D.C.


Brexit and trade tensions having an impact on Irish growth, finance minister says5 Hours AgoPresident Donald Trump’s comments about the transatlantic relationship between the EU and U.S. are ‘a concern’ for Ireland, whose small and open economy is already being impacted by global trade tensions and Brexit, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe told CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche during the IMF Spring Meetings in Washington, D.C.
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Brexit and trade tensions having an impact on Irish growth, finance minister says

Brexit and trade tensions having an impact on Irish growth, finance minister says

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President Donald Trump’s comments about the transatlantic relationship between the EU and U.S. are ‘a concern’ for Ireland, whose small and open economy is already being impacted by global trade tensions and Brexit, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe told CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche during the IMF Spring Meetings in Washington, D.C.


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Finland is getting harder hit by China trade tensions than Brexit, central bank governor says

Finland is getting harder hit by China trade tensions than Brexit, central bank governor says12:25 PM ET Sat, 13 April 2019Finland is feeling the impact of China trade tensions and a slowdown in Germany more than that of Brexit, but all are contributing to a ‘certain slowdown’ in European growth, Finnish Central Bank Governor Olli Rehn told CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche during the IMF Spring Meetings in Washington, D.C.


Finland is getting harder hit by China trade tensions than Brexit, central bank governor says12:25 PM ET Sat, 13 April 2019Finland is feeling the impact of China trade tensions and a slowdown in Germany more than that of Brexit, but all are contributing to a ‘certain slowdown’ in European growth, Finnish Central Bank Governor Olli Rehn told CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche during the IMF Spring Meetings in Washington, D.C.
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Finland is getting harder hit by China trade tensions than Brexit, central bank governor says

Finland is getting harder hit by China trade tensions than Brexit, central bank governor says

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Finland is feeling the impact of China trade tensions and a slowdown in Germany more than that of Brexit, but all are contributing to a ‘certain slowdown’ in European growth, Finnish Central Bank Governor Olli Rehn told CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche during the IMF Spring Meetings in Washington, D.C.


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After China, the US will ratchet up trade tensions with the EU, OECD chief economist warns

Once the U.S. and China have reached a trade deal, the world’s largest economy will amplify tensions with the European Union, according to the chief economist of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Her comments come as market participants continue to monitor the prospect of a comprehensive trade agreement between Washington and Beijing. On Thursday, President Donald Trump said the U.S. had found common ground on some of the toughest points in trade talks, adding a


Once the U.S. and China have reached a trade deal, the world’s largest economy will amplify tensions with the European Union, according to the chief economist of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Her comments come as market participants continue to monitor the prospect of a comprehensive trade agreement between Washington and Beijing. On Thursday, President Donald Trump said the U.S. had found common ground on some of the toughest points in trade talks, adding a
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After China, the US will ratchet up trade tensions with the EU, OECD chief economist warns

Once the U.S. and China have reached a trade deal, the world’s largest economy will amplify tensions with the European Union, according to the chief economist of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

Her comments come as market participants continue to monitor the prospect of a comprehensive trade agreement between Washington and Beijing.

On Thursday, President Donald Trump said the U.S. had found common ground on some of the toughest points in trade talks, adding a deal could be agreed in the next four weeks.

Chinese President Xi Jinping reportedly echoed the optimism over a possible deal, but the White House warned some sticking points remain unresolved.

“Even once we are done with the U.S. and China, the U.S. will turn to Europe,” Laurence Boone, chief economist at OECD, told CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick at the Ambrosetti Workshop in Italy on Friday.

“So, I think by undermining the multi-lateral rules-based system on trade, we have just injected a massive dose of uncertainty in the world that will stay with us for a long time.”


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US-China trade tensions appear to be in a ‘de-escalatory’ stage, says Morgan Stanley

US, China are in a ‘de-escalatory’ environment: Morgan Stanley 3:54 AM ET Thu, 28 March 2019 | 02:27Trade negotiations between the U.S. and China appear to have reached a stage where they look to be “really working line by line on a document,” said a Morgan Stanley strategist on Thursday. “Prior to (early December,) we had been in a continually escalatory environment, (but) we are now in a de-escalatory environment, hopefully heading to the signature of a document,” said Jonathan Garner, Morgan


US, China are in a ‘de-escalatory’ environment: Morgan Stanley 3:54 AM ET Thu, 28 March 2019 | 02:27Trade negotiations between the U.S. and China appear to have reached a stage where they look to be “really working line by line on a document,” said a Morgan Stanley strategist on Thursday. “Prior to (early December,) we had been in a continually escalatory environment, (but) we are now in a de-escalatory environment, hopefully heading to the signature of a document,” said Jonathan Garner, Morgan
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US-China trade tensions appear to be in a 'de-escalatory' stage, says Morgan Stanley

US, China are in a ‘de-escalatory’ environment: Morgan Stanley 3:54 AM ET Thu, 28 March 2019 | 02:27

Trade negotiations between the U.S. and China appear to have reached a stage where they look to be “really working line by line on a document,” said a Morgan Stanley strategist on Thursday.

“Prior to (early December,) we had been in a continually escalatory environment, (but) we are now in a de-escalatory environment, hopefully heading to the signature of a document,” said Jonathan Garner, Morgan Stanley’s chief equity strategist for Asia and emerging markets.

The latest round of talks between both countries continued in Beijing on Thursday. After that, both sides are expected to hold meetings in Washington starting April 3. The two largest economies in the world are negotiating a trade deal after a tariff fight that started last year.

It looks like Chinese negotiators are eager to get an agreement fully and tightly drafted before Chinese President Xi Jinping travels to the U.S. to sign it in the months ahead, Garner told CNBC’s “Street Signs.”

Garner’s comments came after Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said at the Boao Forum for Asia that China will widen market access for foreign banking and insurance firms, and expand the opening of the services sector — especially the financial sector — to foreign investors.

Li’s latest comments onBeijing opening up markets to foreign investment signals “concrete action” that the world’s second largest economy is taking to address Washington’s concerns in the ongoing bilateral trade dispute, said Garner.

“Last summer, the approach from China was solely on the bilateral trade deficit. This is all part of a kind of re-energized reform and opening up in China right now,” said Garner.

— Reuters contributed to this report.


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US vs Russia: Everything you need to know about the battle for influence in Venezuela

On Monday, the U.S. accused Russia of aggravating political tensions in Venezuela. That prompted the Kremlin to repeat its claim that the White House has been trying to orchestrate a “coup.” U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo discussed the escalating crisis in Venezuela with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov via telephone on Monday. “(The U.S.) will not stand idly by as Russia exacerbates tensions in Venezuela,” Pompeo said, according to a statement released by the State Department on Monda


On Monday, the U.S. accused Russia of aggravating political tensions in Venezuela. That prompted the Kremlin to repeat its claim that the White House has been trying to orchestrate a “coup.” U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo discussed the escalating crisis in Venezuela with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov via telephone on Monday. “(The U.S.) will not stand idly by as Russia exacerbates tensions in Venezuela,” Pompeo said, according to a statement released by the State Department on Monda
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US vs Russia: Everything you need to know about the battle for influence in Venezuela

Venezuela’s Juan Guaidó is going up against Maduro’s regime — Here’s how he got to this point 9:12 AM ET Wed, 13 March 2019 | 06:16

The U.S. and Russia are locked in a battle for influence over crisis-stricken Venezuela, with Washington and Moscow trading barbs over perceived meddling in the South American country.

On Monday, the U.S. accused Russia of aggravating political tensions in Venezuela. That prompted the Kremlin to repeat its claim that the White House has been trying to orchestrate a “coup.”

It comes less than 48 hours after two Russian military planes touched down in Caracas, fueling speculation that Moscow is seeking to bolster its presence in the oil-rich, but cash-poor, country.

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo discussed the escalating crisis in Venezuela with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov via telephone on Monday.

“(The U.S.) will not stand idly by as Russia exacerbates tensions in Venezuela,” Pompeo said, according to a statement released by the State Department on Monday.

“The continued insertion of Russian military personnel to support the illegitimate regime of Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela risks prolonging the suffering of the Venezuelan people,” Pompeo said, criticizing Moscow’s “unconstructive behavior.”

In response, Russia’s Lavrov said: “Washington’s attempts to stage a coup in Venezuela and threats against its legitimate government were a violation of the UN Charter and blatant interference in the internal affairs of a sovereign state,” according to a statement by the foreign ministry on Monday.


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India prepares response to Trump’s trade salvo

President Donald Trump’s decision to end India’s preferential trade status comes at a politically sensitive moment for the emerging market nation which is struggling with two domestic challenges. “India has implemented a wide array of trade barriers that create serious negative effects on United States commerce. Ambassador Blake said the GSP announcement was not a big surprise for India given that trade tensions have been building over time. Under its GSP status, India in 2017 exported over $5.5


President Donald Trump’s decision to end India’s preferential trade status comes at a politically sensitive moment for the emerging market nation which is struggling with two domestic challenges. “India has implemented a wide array of trade barriers that create serious negative effects on United States commerce. Ambassador Blake said the GSP announcement was not a big surprise for India given that trade tensions have been building over time. Under its GSP status, India in 2017 exported over $5.5
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India prepares response to Trump's trade salvo

President Donald Trump’s decision to end India’s preferential trade status comes at a politically sensitive moment for the emerging market nation which is struggling with two domestic challenges.

First, is the upcoming election where it is unclear whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi will remain the leader of the world’s largest democracy. Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party is fending off challenges from the opposition party known as Congress as well as rising regional parties.

“It is certainly not in India’s best interest to have a trade war less than two months before the general election,” said Ambassador Robert Blake, who currently leads McLarty Associates’ India and South Asia practice, to CNBC.

India is also consumed by its feud with neighbor Pakistan after a series of clashes in the past month. While tensions have de-escalated, experts on the ground tell CNBC the situation is still tense with elevated military presence at the Kashmiri border, increasing the potential of an unintended conflict between the two countries.

Despite the outsized focus on the looming election and tensions with Pakistan, Washington’s wager of an escalated trade dispute with India has not gone unnoticed by New Delhi.

The Indian Ministry of Commerce and Industry released a statement defending the U.S.-India relationship.

“Due to various initiatives resulting in enhanced purchase of U.S. goods like oil and natural gas and coal the U.S. trade deficit with India has substantially reduced in calendar years 2017 and 2018.”

While the United States carries its ninth largest trade deficit with India, the country is still seen as an important growth market for powerful U.S. companies like Apple, Netflix, Facebook, among others, especially as China’s economy slows down.

Over the past couple of months, mid-level U.S. and Indian officials have discussed ways to level the trade imbalance. But sources close to the Indian government say New Delhi was not willing to budge, pushing the U.S. to respond with the GSP (Generalized System Preferences) withdrawal.

“India has implemented a wide array of trade barriers that create serious negative effects on United States commerce. Despite intensive engagement, India has failed to take the necessary steps to meet the GSP criterion,” U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said in a press release.

Ambassador Blake said the GSP announcement was not a big surprise for India given that trade tensions have been building over time.

Under its GSP status, India in 2017 exported over $5.5 billion of goods to the U.S. tariff free. But the Indian Ministry of Commerce expects the impact of losing this status to be limited, estimating a hit of around $190 million.

If tensions rise, experts believe India could respond by implementing retaliatory tariffs. Pravin Krishna, professor of international economics and business at Johns Hopkins University, says that would ultimately hurt the American consumer.

In the fall of 2018, India unveiled tariffs on $240 million of U.S. goods, but never put them into effect.

“India is not threatening retaliation immediately. But if they do, it will be the U.S. consumer that the added cost will be passed on to,” Krishna said. He said New Delhi will not be in any rush to retaliate given the focus on the national election which will take place between April and May.

But there are other ways India has made life a bit tougher for U.S. companies.

In February, New Delhi took aim at foreign e-commerce players by imposing new rules that challenge Walmart’s FlipKart and Amazon’s aggressive push into India. Indian analysts said the policies were put in place to protect small businesses, which make up a significant share of India’s retail industry and are politically important to Modi.

In a January earnings conference call with analysts, Amazon’s Chief Financial Officer Brian Olsavsky said, “There is much uncertainty as to what the impact of the [Indian] government rule change is going to have on the e-commerce sector there.”

Trump administration’s latest salvo also comes as it continues to rely on India for cooperation on counterterrorism and defense efforts. The U.S. touts its strategy in South Asia as the “Indo-Pacific Strategy.” That name is seen by foreign policy experts as recognition of Washington’s strategic alliance with India at a time when China is expanding its reach across the Asian region.


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China’s defense spending is growing more slowly. But that doesn’t mean military tensions are easing

China announced Tuesday that military spending will grow at a slower pace than last year, but one analyst cautioned that it should not be interpreted to mean that military tensions with the United States will ease. At its annual parliamentary meeting, the National People’s Congress, Beijing set its 2019 defense spending at 7.5 percent higher than a year ago — or 1.19 trillion yuan ($177.61 billion). Military tensions between the U.S. and China have been on the rise in recent years as Beijing tak


China announced Tuesday that military spending will grow at a slower pace than last year, but one analyst cautioned that it should not be interpreted to mean that military tensions with the United States will ease. At its annual parliamentary meeting, the National People’s Congress, Beijing set its 2019 defense spending at 7.5 percent higher than a year ago — or 1.19 trillion yuan ($177.61 billion). Military tensions between the U.S. and China have been on the rise in recent years as Beijing tak
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China's defense spending is growing more slowly. But that doesn't mean military tensions are easing

China announced Tuesday that military spending will grow at a slower pace than last year, but one analyst cautioned that it should not be interpreted to mean that military tensions with the United States will ease.

At its annual parliamentary meeting, the National People’s Congress, Beijing set its 2019 defense spending at 7.5 percent higher than a year ago — or 1.19 trillion yuan ($177.61 billion).

That’s lower than the 8.1 percent growth in 2018 and far below double-digit increases of previous years — though analysts have long questioned how accurately the budget reflects actual spending.

Military tensions between the U.S. and China have been on the rise in recent years as Beijing takes a more assertive stance on territorial claims in the South China Sea and East China Sea, as well as over Taiwan — a self-ruled territory which Beijing claims as its own.

But slower growth in defense spending doesn’t mean tensions with Washington have ceased, warned Timothy Heath, senior international defense researcher at U.S. think tank Rand Corporation.

In fact, the stated amount is less important than what it’s used for, Heath told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on Tuesday.


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How the escalating crisis between India and Pakistan threatens the US

As the world’s largest democracy gears up for a national election, India is facing a dramatic rise in tensions with its neighbor Pakistan — and America should be concerned. In response to India’s airstrike on Tuesday, Pakistan shot down two Indian military jets and captured an Indian pilot. India’s foreign ministry later said that India had shot down a Pakistani fighter jet, setting the stage for a potentially larger stand-off between the two nuclear-armed south Asian nations sparring over the d


As the world’s largest democracy gears up for a national election, India is facing a dramatic rise in tensions with its neighbor Pakistan — and America should be concerned. In response to India’s airstrike on Tuesday, Pakistan shot down two Indian military jets and captured an Indian pilot. India’s foreign ministry later said that India had shot down a Pakistani fighter jet, setting the stage for a potentially larger stand-off between the two nuclear-armed south Asian nations sparring over the d
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How the escalating crisis between India and Pakistan threatens the US

As the world’s largest democracy gears up for a national election, India is facing a dramatic rise in tensions with its neighbor Pakistan — and America should be concerned.

In response to India’s airstrike on Tuesday, Pakistan shot down two Indian military jets and captured an Indian pilot. India’s foreign ministry later said that India had shot down a Pakistani fighter jet, setting the stage for a potentially larger stand-off between the two nuclear-armed south Asian nations sparring over the disputed Kashmir region and suspected terror networks operating in Pakistan.

“We have not seen a path of de-escalation but rather actions that have the potential to escalate into further conflict,” Manpreet Singh Anand, the former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South Asia, told CNBC.

Foreign policy experts say the brewing dispute between the two nations is not an isolated event and could have ripple effects that impact U.S. policy.

“America foreign policy leaders are very much focused on what’s happening in Vietnam and we don’t know if there is enough attention being put on the India-Pakistan issue which in my view presents a real risk of a crisis right now,” says Singh, who currently works as a senior advisor at the Albright Stonebridge Group.

President Donald Trump is meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Vietnam in an effort to negotiate a path to denuclearization among other issues just as tensions in India and Pakistan threaten to spiral out of control.


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China will match the size of the American economy one day, says JP Morgan’s Chang

China will match the size of the American economy one day, says JP Morgan’s Chang48 Mins AgoJoyce Chang, JP Morgan Global Research Chair, discusses the impact China’s trade tensions with the U.S. and political system will affect its ability to grow in the future.


China will match the size of the American economy one day, says JP Morgan’s Chang48 Mins AgoJoyce Chang, JP Morgan Global Research Chair, discusses the impact China’s trade tensions with the U.S. and political system will affect its ability to grow in the future.
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China will match the size of the American economy one day, says JP Morgan's Chang

China will match the size of the American economy one day, says JP Morgan’s Chang

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Joyce Chang, JP Morgan Global Research Chair, discusses the impact China’s trade tensions with the U.S. and political system will affect its ability to grow in the future.


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India-Pakistan situation is ‘very worrying’: Council on Foreign Relations

India-Pakistan situation is ‘very worrying’: Council on Foreign Relations14 Hours AgoSaudi Arabia indicated that it wants to help to de-escalate tensions between India and Pakistan. Alyssa Ayres of the Council on Foreign Relations said it would be “fairly difficult” for a Saudi leader to play a “mediating” role.


India-Pakistan situation is ‘very worrying’: Council on Foreign Relations14 Hours AgoSaudi Arabia indicated that it wants to help to de-escalate tensions between India and Pakistan. Alyssa Ayres of the Council on Foreign Relations said it would be “fairly difficult” for a Saudi leader to play a “mediating” role.
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India-Pakistan situation is 'very worrying': Council on Foreign Relations

India-Pakistan situation is ‘very worrying’: Council on Foreign Relations

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Saudi Arabia indicated that it wants to help to de-escalate tensions between India and Pakistan. Alyssa Ayres of the Council on Foreign Relations said it would be “fairly difficult” for a Saudi leader to play a “mediating” role.


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