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Category: Trade: Import, Export, Globalization

Harry  Dent
Harry Dent joins Jim Blasingame to report on the multi-facet internal challenges China has that will prove to be it’s own undoing before it can become the world power it desires. Plus, how small businesses can prepare for the economic events coming next.
Ed Marsh
Ed Marsh joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the many support resources available to small businesses that want to expand into exporting and importing.
Ed Marsh
Ed Marsh joins Jim Blasingame to recommend using a virtual private network when connecting online abroad, plus other steps like avoiding public Wi-Fi and disconnecting Bluetooth devices.
Ed Marsh
Ed Marsh joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the steps and practices to use when traveling abroad and taking your technology with you.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reveals how disruptions in oil prices, minimum wage increases, and the big three -- housing/auto/manufacturing – don’t have the same impact today as they did in the 20th century.
Ted Fishman
Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to report on the dynamics of trade negotiating tactics between the U.S. and China, and whether a productive result can ever be achieved between the two.
Ted Fishman
Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to report on conditions around the 70th anniversary of China’s Communist Party, and whether demographic shifts and other dysfunction will be its ultimate undoing.
Ted Fishman
Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to report on the current challenges of the Chinese communist party, from Hong Kong to the NBA, to their oppressive human rights policies, and how all this impacts the U.S.
Chad Moutray
Chad Moutray joins Jim Blasingame to put the new manufacturing report in perspective with the current record employment in the U.S. and the over 1 million manufacturing jobs still going unfilled.
Chad Moutray
Chad Moutray joins Jim Blasingame to report on the recent reports of slower global economy and the impact on U.S. manufacturing, while recognizing that this sector is a smaller percentage of the U.S. economy.

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