It is a gift to the UNITED states and China, according to Bloomberg, is close to an agreement on a trade agreement, believes the Danish business.
After months of negotiations, the UNITED states and China may be close to concluding a trade agreement, and it promises good news for Danish companies, believes the Danish business.
- If it sticks, it's an early christmas present for Danish companies in many different industries.
How does it sound from the fagchefen for international trade in the Danish business, Michael Bremerskov Jensen, with the prospect of a phase-a trade agreement between China and the UNITED states.
According to news agency Bloomberg, the UNITED states and China "in principle" agreed on a trade agreement after many months of negotiations.
The typing of the bureau on the basis of information from persons with knowledge of the plans.
And is it true, is it really good news for Danish companies, which are affected by the conflict, believes Michael Bremerskov Jensen.
- Danish companies have been sitting and waiting at this moment. The conflict has meant that companies have had to consider whether they would move their production from China to be able to access us customers.
the Conflict between China and the UNITED states, which are the world's two largest economies, according to Michael Bremerskov Jensen, among other things, meant that companies are postponing decisions.
at the same time inhibits the demand, because goods will become more expensive.
he Therefore expects that if the outlook holds true, there will be a "positive jump" on the market, and that the trend would become reversed again.
- But it is clear that the entire handelskrigen is not called off with the first initial appointment. More needs to be done, says Michael Bremerskov Jensen.
Handelskonflikten between the UNITED states and China have gradually been going on for many months. The negotiations have been marked by major disagreements, which have led both countries have raised tariffs.
Economists have along the way warned that the conflict in the worst case, can drag the entire world economy into a recession, which will mean a period of economic decline.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 13 December 2019, 04:00