The World Trade Organization, and the International Court will shortly rule on an escalating disagreement between the U. S. and China. The U. S. complaint is China is hording materials through trade policy for the export of raw materials, cobalt, copper, tin, and more crucial materials like idiom and other rare earth resources which if not gotten will hinder U. S. manufacturing. The rare earth materials are precious, vital and at the very heart of the issue. We currently get most from Bolivia, Argentina, and portions from Africa. If I were a Trumpite or super corporate patriot, I would say let’s get in there and get those vital minerals one way or another. After all we badly need them for running nearly all our economic machinery and for environment and defense purposes.
But hey, unfortunately those listed resources, particularly raw earth minerals are on and beneath Chinese land…
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