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20 Jun, 2019 07:04

Tariffs could move jobs, but not stateside

The trade war could finally force a major American company out of China; but instead of coming back stateside as promised, they could be headed elsewhere in Asia. RT correspondent Alex Mihailovich is standing by to break down Apple’s potential plan to dodge the trade war. Plus, the Federal Reserve meeting has markets on the move; Peter Schiff of Euro Pacific Capital is on hand to break down the details, and we’ll also take a glance at global bond sales. And while China’s ties with some American companies have soured, they have been opening their exchanges to other foreign firms. Hilary Fordwich of the British-American Business Association joins us to break down what it means for the UK in the wake of Brexit’s impact on business.

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