"If [Trump’s] track record as a businessman is a guide, he is likely to test China with an unorthodox opening move, the kind markets are unlikely to expect. A quietly achieved diplomatic agreement isn’t his style,” writes Alex Frangos. Rather than brashly slapping on tariffs, categorizing China as a “currency manipulator” and waiting for Beijing to retaliate, Trump may be more likely to seek deal making in infrastructure, step down his rhetoric, or even make compromises in the South China Sea in exchange for “some sort of agreement that makes the U.S. look like an economic winner, at least on paper.”
Olympic official apologizes for use of a Chinese flag that featured incorrectly positioned stars
The four smaller stars on Chinese flags raised during medal ceremonies were parallel, rather than rotated to face the larger star on the emblem. "You have to be very familiar with the Chinese flag to understand that," said a spokesman with the Rio Olympics.
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