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Business Economists Say Trump Tariffs will Harm US

AFP - Business economists overwhelmingly worry President Donald Trump's trade wars will harm the US economy, according to a survey released Monday.

The Trump administration on Thursday is due to impose its latest round of punitive tariffs on China, putting 25 percent duties on another $16 billion in imports, with Beijing poised to retaliate dollar-for-dollar.

US congressmen urge defense secretary to scrap jet sale to Turkey

Forty-four members of the US Congress, including Greek-Americans Gus Bilirakis of the Republican party and John Sarbanes for the Democrats, have written a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis urging him to cancel the planned delivery of more than 100 F-35 fighter jets to Turkey.

ForMin Melescanu meets MP members of friendship group with Romania, stresses specialness of French-Romanian relations

At a meeting with a visiting delegation of the Friendship Parliamentary Group with Romania in the French National Assembly, Romania's Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu highlighted the special nature of the Franco-Romanian relations and the prospects for its consolidation amidst preparations for large-scale events in the bilateral relationship: the Romania-France season, the Celebration

Most Americans Believe that Trump is a Racist

More than half of US citizens, including most Latin American and African-Americans, believe President Donald Trump is a racist, the Associated Press reported.

According to the NORC polls, more than half of citizens believe that its policies have worsened the situation of Latin Americans and Muslims. Nearly half think Trump's policy has aggravated the situation of African-Americans.

Residents of Arizona will be Able to Pay their Taxes in Bitcoins

Arizona may become the first US state, residents are expected to soon be given the opportunity to pay their taxes in bitcoins and other cryptocurrency. The Daily Express announced that the bill was passed by the Senate last week. This bill received the support of 16 senators, 13 of whom voted against, and the document was adopted.