Here’s what SoFla real estate pros hope the Xi-Trump meeting at Mar-a-Lago will accomplish
In the run-up to his first meeting with Chinese president Xi Jinping at Mar-a-Lago this week, President Trump hinted on Twitter that the two world leaders would engage in some tough discussions.
“The meeting next week with China will be a very difficult one in that we can no longer have massive trade deficits and job losses,” the president said in a series of tweets on March 30. “American companies must be prepared to look at other alternatives.”
South Florida real estate professionals courting Chinese investors are hoping Trump softens his stance by the time Jinping gets to Mar-a-Lago, the private club that has become such a center of power for Trump and those close to him that it is dubbed the “Winter White House.”
- New York
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