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Will the Saudi oil attack push China to the negotiating table?



Export Now chairman and CEO Frank Lavin talks about the oil attack in Saudi Arabia and U.S.-China trade talks.

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  1. The guest evaded answering the question about the impact of the trade war is on the economy of rural areas. In view of this, it would seem his excessive enthusiast in the telling of Shanghai’s economy is disingenuous.

  2. I think the attack put more strain on US than China. As any other oil buyers, China is affected by fluctuating oil prices. Chinese economy was fine when oil was over 100 a barrel. US on the other hand imports just as much oil from the Saudis, so no difference there. However, US also supply weapons to the Saudis, including all the defense systems, which completely failed in the attack, beaten by drones. Guess who sells drones to the middle east? Lol.

  3. China drive tesla now.. No more oil bruh

  4. Iran should be held accountable for something the Houthis of Yemen claims and has done before, but Saudi Arabia shouldn't be held accountable for butchering a man in an embassy, and bombing Yemeni women and children with US, British, and European bombs? Something seems wrong here.

  5. usa is better whit out China, because this communist party leaders are equal to the DEVIL so usa should not be dealing with CANCER corrupt communist China GOVERNMENT

  6. Now you know who bombed Saudi. LOL

  7. I say that the American should not trade with the Chinese and also put sanctions on them

  8. US is a net exporter. Eagle ford shale /. West Texas production. Permian basin and every few months they seem to find more oil where they weren’t able to extract it

  9. I think china has many suppliers of oil such as iran, Venezuela, maybe some others.

  10. Why it's almost as if Trump knew this and ordered the "attack"… coincidentally Bolton quits the day before the "attack"….naaa he wouldn't do that, would he?

  11. Oops…in case anyone didn't figure it out yet
    The situation in the gulf actually suites the US
    High oil prices makes fracking more economical
    The US actually exported more oil than Saudi recently

    And for the record, most oil produced in this neck of the woods goes to Asia (China)
    So leave the sleeping dogs lie…and the troops tucked safely at home.
    If China wants to secure its oil…let them do it…
    …and if Saudi feels it doesn't have enough 'kit'… well you could always… sell it to them!

  12. Iran afraid that saudi arabia becme super country in midle east..that is why drope drone…haha shame on you iran…you "re foolïsh country…

  13. wtf, china buys their oils from iran and will buy more from Venezuelia. what does Saudi has to do with it, america is the one licking Saudi boots.

  14. we could care less about the chinese ego.

  15. This is the reason why the USA hit the oilfield not Iran. Iran takes credit for taking boats so why would they deny this. It’s strictly to put more pressure on the Chinese. It’s not the first time Saudi Arabia has worked with the USA to benefit both sides (see 911). The Saudis wanted more expensive oil and a mercenary in their backyard and the USA wanted to take the privacy from its citizens.

  16. What?….Da Fuk r U smoking? Fox….

  17. Bring to the table or bring to war?

  18. Maybe negotiation….. with China.
    China dont understand that America also is a world player in the production of oil….. and that president Trump in the last three years the controle has over the price of oil……
    The USA has also very much oil…. and they export oil. Its not neccecary that america bay oil int he middle east.

  19. Nope! China to buy more oil from Iran and Venezuela to combat high oil prices.

  20. Move the supply chain from China, there's no good reason to support a communist regime with Western dollars just so we can buy some cheap crap but lose all our jobs…never should have been allowed in the first place.

  21. We got our Oil from Russia and Iran not saudi is third or second. We planned to buy Venezuela oil as well. And Syrian Oil as well. We will be investing South american and western Asia agriculture and we will make BRI a great success.

  22. Trump did Saudi drone attack

  23. if this is the case. trump made the plan to attack the oil field forcing chinas hand. Brilliant

  24. Frank Lavin is a Chicken Hawk, Never Trumper, Globalist and kiss up to the China Communist Party. In other words, he's a standard rino.

  25. China and Russia need to send their ships and planes and troops and missiles to the Middle East to protect Iran from the Empire creating another genocide of unarmed civilians in the Middle East.

  26. No and you guys should be ashamed for pushing this propaganda!

  27. If that won’t Seattle will

  28. Not our problem. Saudi Arabia has it's own military AND THEY'RE LOADED

  29. 😉 China needs our oil! Ha! Ha! The Democrats want us to be dependent on the Saudis! Ask yourself why?

  30. The Chinese are simply waiting for Trump to get nervous. The Chinese know that Trump has to sign a deal by this time next year and they know Trump will sign anything to get re-elected. Trump will lie about what he signed, the Republicans will call it masterful negotiations and the Media will say the Trump/China deal is as meaningless as the Trump/Kim Jung Un deal and Trump will call it fake news but in the end the Chinese will get what they want and the US will lose. Trump’s only skill is negotiating with subcontractors who need a job.

  31. No, China has plenty of oil in stockpile; even Japan has nearly a Year's worth

  32. China in better shape then we are, Saudi s blew up their own rigs to raise prices, U.S defaulted on arms deal Trump tried to sell. Amateur move.

  33. NEW YORK TIMES IS THE ENEMY OF AMERICA

  34. Israel pushing USA into another war. No more wars for Israel, America first.

  35. I CAN'T WAIT UNTIL THESE OIL INVESTERS GET SACKED AGAIN HOLDING AN EMPTY POT, IT WILL HAPPEN. WE WILL, THIS COUNTRY RELEASE OIL RESERVES, LIKE CLINTON DID, AND THE MARKET PRICE SUNK. IF ANYTHING, THE OIL PRICE SHOULD BE GOING DOWN DUE TOTHE THREAT OF RELEASING OIL RESERVES. WE ARE EASILY THE WORLDS ENERGY PRODUCER. SELL YOUR OILSTOCK NOW, BEFORE IT TANKS.

  36. China has a large multi pronged problem that is only known by China. But as they take a hit from many different directions it is very difficult to manage.

  37. This is about hegemony, this is about creating something that can't be put down on paper. I don't think a lot of people realize that.

  38. We don't need nothing from China.

  39. If trump went now and said the US is ending trade with China and watch the rats go running.

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