Trump is about to Restrict Import and Export Trade 2018
According to Politico, Trump is going to take harsh trade measures in the coming weeks, including a harsh tariff or other strict restrictions on Chinese imports to combat its so-called unfair trade behavior.
Some government officials said Trump may discuss his viewpoint in the State of the Union Message in late January. Prior to this, Trump will meet with other government officials to discuss various tariff policies and other measures against different competitors.
In 2017, Trump said the government will no longer turn a blind eye to the transactional infringement and strongly condemns the trade measures that China has made leading to unemployment among Americans.
At the APEC summit in Vietnam in late November 2017, Trump said: "From now on, we will compete on an equal and fair basis. We will never allow the United States to be taken advantage of. I will put the United States on First, "
China is the largest trading partner of the United States, with a total of 648.2 billion U.S. dollars worth of goods and services transactions between the two countries in 2017. Earlier in November 2017, Trump spoke to business leaders during his visit to Tokyo, condemning Japan for unfair trade and indicated that he would take steps to resolve the economic imbalance. The Trump administration has pulled out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership and threatened to withdraw from the North American Free Trade Agreement.