Macro Musings Podcast: Razeen Sally On Protectionism, International Trade, And China

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Includes: ADRA, AIA, CHN, CN, CXSE, DDM, DIA, DOG, DXD, EEH, EPS, EQL, FCA, FEX, FLCH, FWDD, FXI, FXP, GCH, GXC, HUSV, IPAC, IVV, IWL, IWM, JFC, JHML, JKD, KGRN, MCHI, OTPIX, PGJ, PSQ, QID-OLD, QLD, QQEW, QQQ, QQQE, QQXT, RFAP, RSP, RWL-OLD, RWM, RYARX, RYRSX, SCAP, SCHX, SDOW, SDS, SFLA, SH, SMLL, SPDN, SPLX, SPUU, SPXE, SPXL, SPXN, SPXS, SPXT, SPXU-OLD, SPXV, SPY, SQQQ, SRTY, SSO, SYE, TDF, TNA, TQQQ, TWM, TZA, UDOW, UDPIX, UPRO, URTY, UWM, VFINX, VOO, VPL, VTWO, VV, WCHN, XPP, YANG, YAO, YINN, YXI
by: David Beckworth

Originally recorded May 14, 2018

Razeen Sally is an associate professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore and formerly taught at the London School of Economics. He is also the Chairman of the Institute of Policy Studies, the main economic policy think tank in Sri Lanka and a senior advisor to Sri Lanka’s Minister of Finance.

Today, he joins the show to discuss the state of international economic affairs and how it specifically relates to Asia. Razeen explains why he believes the U.S. should stay engaged within Asia, and also shares his thoughts on China’s demographic problem as well as the effects of the Trump administration’s increased protectionism.