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US Has An Edge Over China, Much More Than Before—Says Kyle Bass

Recently, Kyle Bass stated that president Trump should try to take concessions from Beijing, China. Kyle Bass made such statement because he believes that the U.S has more leverage over China with which the nation might get an upper hand during Trade concessions.

During a press conference, Kyle Bass said that since the business of the U.S is strengthening thus it provides an opportunity to Trump so that he can press the Chinese President for better Trade deal. Next week President Trump and Xi Jinping will meet during G20 Summit and analysts are speculating big change.

Kyle Bass also said that the U.S has high leverage over China at present. He further continued by saying that the financial system of the country is in the best condition since the last 10 years. He said that President Trump should impose some considerate factors with which he could press Xi Jinping and make the deal in the favor of the country.

Bass founded Hayman Capital Management and he also acquires the post of Chief Investment Officer. Previously, Kyle Bass had reprimanded most of the U.S corporations which are trying to convey President Trump to make a deal with China quickly to secure their own interests.

In a personal interview, Kyle Bass said that the Corporate Americans are the ones who are trying to influence President Trump to make Trade Deal too early. He said that most of the corporate organizations of the U.S make huge profits from China and due to that they are trying to convince president Trump.

Since last one year both, U.S and China are imposing high tariffs on each other’s commercial products. The matter came to rise after American government accused China for the violation of intellectual property rights. Kyle Bass said that since there is a certain rise in the stock market, it is clear that U.S is doing better in comparison to various other economies around the globe.

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Ross has studied masters in business administration from one of the elite universities. Formerly, he worked with one of the Fortune 100 companies in the U.S. his in-depth knowledge related to statistics has helped in managing the professional duties very well. In leisure time, Ross loves to play badminton. He is a pet lover and has a cute German shepherd “Tarzan.”

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