Media: cut off who relies on trump of China to finally return to a word of money

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 Media: cut off who relies on trump of China to finally return to a word of money


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Last month, trump threatened to suspend funding by using who as a target to shift the focus of his poor anti epidemic efforts.

A month later, trump changed his tune. On May 16, he forwarded a news release by Fox host Lou Dobbs on the US government intends to resume funding for who.. This is just one of the many options we are considering, and we will pay 10% of the amount we have been paying for many years, which is comparable to Chinas much lower membership fee, it said in the forwarded post.

However, trump also stressed that no final decision had been made and that all funds are frozen.

Whos assessment is based on the economic and demographic situation of each country. Although the United States has always been the largest source of funding for who, it also owes the most to who. By the end of March this year, the United States still owed $200 million in dues.

However, in addition to the fixed contributions, who funding also includes voluntary contributions from Member States. In 2018, the United States provided more than 400 million US dollars to who. If calculated by 1 / 10 of this, the annual funds provided by the United States will be reduced to 40 million US dollars in the future.

In addition to threatening to slash who membership fees, trump tweeted on May 17 that China should be blamed for paying less money and taking advantage of developing countries.

Trump s logic is strange at first. He thinks that whether a country should take greater international responsibility depends not on the per capita GDP, nor on whether it is a developed country, but on the population. Why is China, with a much larger population than us, paying little to the World Health Organization and the United Nations for decades? he wrote

Worst of all, the World Trade Organization (WTO) also believes that they (China) are so-called developing countries, so they have gained great advantages from WTO compared with the United States and other countries..

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }) trump was very unhappy. At the end of the tweet, he once again became a repeater: while throwing the U.S. recession to China, he boasted about the U.S. economy under his administration: before the epidemic came from China, our economy surprised everyone and was the best country in history. We will be back to the top soon! In fact, last year, trump threatened the WTO to change the status rules of developing countries, mainly against China. According to the rules of WTO, at that time, the per capita GDP was higher than that of Singapore and South Korea of China, both of which belonged to developing countries. Although South Korea decided in October last year not to ask for any more preferential treatment from WTO developing countries, this is not to give up its status as a developing country. At that time, Hua Chunying, spokesman of the Ministry of foreign affairs of China, used a sentence of being a man cant be too American to refute it, and pointed out that such an approach was incompatible with its status as the worlds largest power. Global recommendation: trump posts another attack on China, but India may have to be careful of the US media: after being cornered by the new coronavirus, trump returns to the familiar routine - attack Obama! Will the United States resume funding for who? Trumps response: 10% may be recovered. Trump said that the new vaccine was developed on January 11. Netizen: where is the virus? Source: observer. Author: Zhang chenjing editor in charge: Zhang Chao_ NA1563

Trump was very unhappy. At the end of the tweet, he became a repeater: while throwing the U.S. recession to China, he bragged about the U.S. economy under his administration: before the epidemic came from China, our economy surprised everyone and was the best country in history. We will be back to the top soon!

In fact, last year, trump threatened the WTO to change the status rules of developing countries, mainly against China. According to the rules of WTO, at that time, the per capita GDP was higher than that of Singapore and South Korea of China, both of which belonged to developing countries. Although South Korea decided in October last year not to ask for any more preferential treatment from WTO developing countries, this is not to give up its status as a developing country.

At that time, Hua Chunying, spokesman of the Ministry of foreign affairs of China, used a sentence of being a man cant be too American to refute it, and pointed out that such an approach was incompatible with its status as the worlds largest power.