Oscar Ugarteche and Armando Negrete
Oscar Ugarteche holds a PhD from the University of Bergen. He has an honorary doctorate from the San Agustin University of Arequipa, Peru; he is a researcher of the national system of researchers in Mexico, and professor in the faculty of Post-Graduate Economics and in the Postgraduate Program in Latin-American Studies. He is a Principal Investigator at the Institute of Economic Research and Coordinator of the OBELA Latin American Economic Observatory. He works on topics of international economy and economic history.
Armando Negrete holds a Master's Degree in Latin American Studies from UNAM and a Bachelor's Degree in Economics from the School of Economics of UNAM. He is an Academic Technician at the Economic Research Institute, UNAM, webmaster of the Latin American Economic Observatory, and holds a doctorate in Latin-American Studies and researches international economic issues. He is assistant professor in the UNAM faculty of economics.
The return to the recurrent endemism of the Cold War between the US and Russia would mark the beginning of the decline of the global economy.
Trump is quite concerned that Chinese companies acquire technological leadership.
This Chinese-American trade war may affect the operation of technology companies around the world.
Until a few decades ago it had been the main producer of both industrial inputs, but the growth of other countries, particularly China, was displacing it from that position.
It is no coincidence that Trump is imposing these protectionist measures abruptly, but is part of a series of more general sequence of events.