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slightly confused at the time i used a message pad to jot down my thoughts of this .Both the United States and China seek to leverage their military might to reshape world order and are at loggerheads as Washington pushes for its allies to agree to the United States’ demands in the trade war.

China, Taiwan and the United States have been in a trade war since the trade surplus between the two reached a peak in the mid-1990s.

Beijing is the main trade target for US President Donald Trump as Washington has long argued that China takes advantage of its huge trade surplus with the United States and is targeting American technology to steal its intellectual property, according to a report from China’s official Xinhua news agency published last month.

The US has slapped tariffs on $250 billion of Chinese exports starting July 6 in a bid to punish Beijing for what Washington sees as a persistent and damaging trade imbalance.

Trump has also imposed import duties on hundreds of billions of dollars of goods from Europe, Mexico and Canada since imposing duties on steel and aluminium from all three countries.

China has vowed to retaliate by hiking tariffs on $60 billion of US products and imposing higher import levies on American auto, soybean and electric products.

This month, the United States is set to impose 25 percent tariff on another $16 billion of Chinese goods.

China has responded by raising tariffs on $60 billion of US products and is set to impose higher import levies on American auto, soybean and electric products.

All this has raised questions about the nature of any possible trade settlement between Beijing and Washington.

Cable has been severed as Trump seeks to claw back US trade advantage after 2020 presidential election. Picture: ReutersSource:Supplied

Could we go to war?

In the latest episode of the Newsroom, political correspondent Hugh Riminton charts the tough road ahead for any possible trade deal.

“A trade war, certainly as far as the Chinese side is concerned, is dead cert,” said Professor Bill Dodder, a former US Department of State official and currently director of the Centre for East Asia Studies at Yale University.

“It will mean that China will make and carry out more economic retaliatory actions. That’s where we are today, but can be worse. It can go on to $1 trillion worth of retaliation,” Professor Dodder told Hugh.

US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer is travelling to Beijing next month to discuss

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How to work with Asyncawait in Angular 2?

I have a problem with async-await in Angular 2.
Here’s a code:
import {Component} from “angular2/core”
import {Page} from “angular2/router”;
import {AuthService} from “./auth.service”;
import {UserService} from “./user.service”;

selector: ‘app’,
templateUrl: ‘./app.component.html’,
styleUrls: [‘./app.component.css’] })
export class AppComponent implements OnInit{
constructor (private _auth: AuthService,
private _user: UserService) { }
ngOnInit() {

So, if I call getUser() in OnInit() method, I get an error: Error: Invocation of form getUser() is not allowed because it does not match the signature getUser()
So how can I use it?


The way you have written it is not correct, the getUser() method should take the instance of UserService as its first argument.
ngOnInit() {

ngOnInit() {

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