|Adelyn Torralba |||Jun 20, 2015 12:30 PM EDT|
(Photo : Reuters) Donald Trump has not been shy about saying how China and Mexico stole U.S jobs, making the State's local people having a hard time finding a job.
Donald Trump has not been shy about saying how China and Mexico stole U.S jobs, making the State's local people having a hard time finding a job.
According to Reuters, China denied the allegations thrown at them by business mogul Trump, after he blasted the country of stealing U.S. jobs through sneaky business trade that only profits the Asian country, dubbing it as a "win win situation." Following his announcement to join the Republican party, he immediately started a tirade on job stealing, dragging Mexico and Saudi Arabia alongside China.
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Lu Kang, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson, was quick to deny the allegations, saying, "Economic and Trade cooperation between China and the United States has grown to such an extent today that it has become like 'you are among us, and we are among you'. It's a two way win win situation. Such trade has actually given the two sides great benefits." Despite being in disagreement in political talks, the two powerful countries remained good business partners when it comes to business investments and jobs.
China, on the other hand, have stricter rules and policy when it comes to dealing with foreign businesses as compared to the United States, the latter, however, wishes to crack down these policies to shed light on doing more business in China, rather than the United States alone.
According to the South China Morning Post, Beijing's dismal on Trump's comments has been reportedly the result of knowing that the trade has been fair and both sides have benefited from those governing laws.
In a separate post with the Latest News 360, Trump was accused of using Chinese goods for his presidential campaign, and even sells them, despite having firm beliefs that the powerful Asian country has indeed a role in stealing jobs from the United States.
The post indicated, "In his campaign kickoff on Tuesday, Donald Trump blasted cheap Chinese goods - but he has no problem putting his name on them and selling them." A contradicting action against what Trump is trying to imply to the American People, reports said.
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