automotive, China, General Motors, GM, Gordon G. Chang, layoffs, Making News, Memphis Commercial Appeal, Ted Evanoff, The John Batchelor Show, The National Interest, Trade, trade war, Trump, Xi JInPing
I’m pleased to announce that I’m scheduled to return to John Batchelor’s nationally syndicated radio show tonight to help John and co-host Gordon G. Chang preview President Trump’s scheduled one-on-one meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping at this week’s big global summit in Argentina. Click on this link to listen on-line – starting at 10 PM EST – to what’s sure to be a timely discussion of where the Sino-American trade wars stand to date, and what’s likely to come up.
In addition, it was great to be quoted in Gordon’s own scouting report on the Trump-Xi meeting in a National Interest post today. Here’s the link. Moreover, Gordon’s article was reprinted at Yahoo.com.
Also today, Ted Evanoff of the Memphis (Tenn.) Commercial-Appeal presented some of my views in his article on this week’s General Motors layoffs. As I’ve written previously, Ted is one of the very best automotive and manufacturing reporters I’ve encountered (and I’ve encountered a lot of them!), and all of his article is very much worth reading.
And keep checking in with RealityChek for news of upcoming media appearances and other developments.