Which trade war could be the next one?

International trade is a war of words between the United States and other countries.

Here are a few key trade wars that could soon become international.

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Trump trade war on China and Mexico Trump is now using the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) to negotiate trade deals with 12 other countries: Brunei, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, Vietnam and the United Kingdom.

That’s more than 10% of the world’s total trade.

It’s the largest free-trade agreement in history.

But the agreement has come under fire from Republicans and Democrats alike.

One of the big concerns is the impact of the TPP on U.S. manufacturing jobs and jobs in the agricultural sector.

In November, Trump said he’d stop the deal if Congress did not agree to his demands, which would put him at odds with U.N. Trade Commissioner Joaquín Almunia.

In January, House Republicans blocked the TPP, citing concerns that it would hurt the U.K.’s export-led economy.

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Trade war between China and South Korea Trump is facing a trade war with China over trade with South Korea, where he says he wants to cut tariffs and give the Korean government more flexibility to deal with a trade deficit with the United Nations.

Trump has said the United State should make more money than China because it’s the only country that pays for its own military and the military has no right to interfere with its internal affairs.

China says it wants to be able to make its own trade deals.

The United States, which also has a bilateral trade agreement with South Korean firms, has been pushing the countries to sign a free-market agreement to help solve the economic problems in South Korea.

In February, President Trump said China should not be allowed to set its own economic priorities.

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Trade battle between China, India and Brazil Trump has been fighting trade wars with China, the world, India, Brazil and Mexico over currency manipulation.

He has threatened to pull the United America out of the Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal, which includes China and Japan.

Trump also has threatened tariffs and retaliatory measures against countries that do not sign the TPP.

Brazil and India have been the targets of Trump’s tariffs, which have been higher than tariffs on Chinese goods.

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Trade clash between Russia and Australia Trump has threatened retaliatory trade measures against Russia over the annexation of Crimea and the conflict in eastern Ukraine.

Trump says he’s sending $150 billion in economic aid to Ukraine, a move that would hurt Russia’s economy.

But he also says that the U,S.

should take more direct action in the war against terrorism.

Russia is a major energy exporter to the United American States, but the United Russia party, which Trump leads, wants Russia to pull its troops out of eastern Ukraine, where Russian-backed separatists have been fighting Ukrainian forces.

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Trade showdown between Mexico and the U of A Mexico has been the target of Trump and Mexico’s trade war.

Trump is threatening to pull out of NAFTA and impose tariffs on Mexican imports.

Mexico says it doesn’t want to leave the pact, which the U.,U.S., Canada and Mexico signed in 1994.

The U. of A says the U and Mexico are at war and that the United Sates should leave the agreement.

6.

Trade conflict between Mexico, Japan and South Korean The two countries have been locked in a trade battle over the issue of a border wall between the two nations.

Both countries want a physical barrier that will prevent goods from being smuggled across their borders.

Mexico wants a wall that will be built on its border, while Japan wants a barrier on its Pacific Ocean coast.

The two sides have been negotiating over the wall since the end of last year.

Trump and other U. S. politicians have been trying to convince Mexico to abandon the wall, which has become a political liability for the Republican presidential candidate.

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Trade fight between India and Vietnam The United Nations says the Indian government is blocking India’s bid to join the World Trade Organization.

The WTO’s dispute settlement process, which allows countries to challenge international trade disputes, is aimed at ensuring the world can protect its interests.

The dispute in India is about the import of certain products and the way that India treats its dairy farmers, according to the World Bank, the U S. International Trade Commission and other agencies.

The World Bank says India is seeking to increase the value of its exports by making them more expensive to produce, but it says this does not affect the amount of tariffs imposed on the products.

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Trade standoff between Canada and China Canada and the Chinese government have been at odds over whether the U should have the ability to impose tariffs against China.

In May, Canada imposed tariffs of 25% on some Chinese imports and was considering imposing a similar tariff on Chinese steel.

China has been paying Canada $1 billion a year to purchase Canadian steel.

A WTO dispute resolution panel ruled in favor of Canada in May.

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Trade clashes