For the last seven years, the U.S. economy has plugged along at a meager two percent growth rate. When that rate is compared to India’s and China’s economic growth, the U.S. is not even in the ball game. India and China’s economic growth rate is in the six to eight percent category. But the Trump administration thinks maintaining a 2.3 percent rate is good news. But something isn’t adding up, according to some economists. The unemployment rate in the U.S. is 3.9 percent, so more Americans are working, but the GDP output is not increasing. Trump wants a three percent growth rate, and according to investor Warren Buffett, he may already have his three percent economic growth rate.
Mr. Buffet said the economy grew by 2.9 percent in the fourth quarter of 2017. And he thinks U.S. economic growth now equals or surpasses that growth. But Buffett also said there is no way to tell what the growth percentage is, according to a Reuters article. But the president’s tax cut should help increase economic growth, according to Buffett.
The current 2.3 growth rate that the Commerce Department released last week is not what Trump was expecting. But the president believes his $1.5 trillion income tax package will do the trick once people start spending the money they are getting back from the government. That sounds like it could work if consumers spend the money instead of saving it. But Buffet feels comfortable talking about positive growth even though Trump is on the verge of starting a trade war that could negatively impact U.S. economic growth.
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Clay Hutson became involved in the music industry from childhood, and that means that his experience is well founded and has improved over the years. He is also known for his love and mastery for DiGiCo consoles and prefers specific music systems that fit his work and helps him deliver efficiently no matter the event. With his company, he offers a wide range of other services such as production design, show production, monitor engineering, logistics management, production management and rigging. In that case, he offers his clients a one-stop facility where they can find everything related to entertainment and live events. Learn more: https://www.allmusic.com/artist/clay-hutson-mn0001881174
President Trump is playing with economic fire, and he thinks he’s not going to get burned. Last week, the Trump administration sent an economic delegation to China to make a deal. His trade sanctions started an economic sparing match, and that’s not good news for American consumers. The delegation wants China to reduce the trade deficit by $200 billion over the next two years. The trade deficit was $336 billion in 2017. And the U.S. delegation also asked China to stop taking U.S. intellectual property from the U.S. companies who sell that property in China. If China does what Trump wants, he will take away his tariff threat. That threat impacts about $50 billion worth of Chinese goods.
That sounds like an economic hardball at its finest, according to a BusinessInsider.com article. The head of the White House National Trade Council, Peter Navarro, is in charge of the negotiations. Navarro is not as cooperative and he is not as fair when it comes to negotiating as Larry Kudlow, Trump’s top economic advisor. The Chinese rejected Navarro’s offer. According to associate director of the Cato Institute’s Center of Trade Policy Studies, Simon Lester the delegation knew the Chinese would reject a deal like that.
Lester thinks the Trump administration is putting on a show so the Chinese will turn down the offer and Trump will enforce his tariff plan. There’s a big difference between what China will do and what the U.S. wants from China. And the Chinese are not backing down. A trade war with China will fuel inflation in the U.S., according to some economists and U.S. consumers will pay a heavy price for wanting to buy China products that other countries can’t produce.