Donald Trump sought cheap labor overseas for clothing lines

Clothing bearing Donald Trump's name is produced abroad in countries with very low wages.

  • Donald Trump sought cheap labor overseas for clothing lines
  • 6 photos: Trump clothes made in countries with cheap labor
  • And Trump’s manufacturer, PVH, has said it is phasing out its licensing agreement with Trump.
  • The Trump campaign also sent CNN this statement: “Mr. Trump has had a relatively small, but extremely successful clothing business.
  • (CNN) Donald Trump may claim to have the backs of U.S. workers, but when it comes to making shirts for those backs, Trump has chosen to make his shirts overseas.

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@CNN: “Clothing bearing Donald Trump’s name is produced abroad in countries with very low wages.”


(CNN)Donald Trump may claim to have the backs of U.S. workers, but when it comes to making shirts for those backs, Trump has chosen to make his shirts overseas.


Donald Trump sought cheap labor overseas for clothing lines

Spain arrests 30 suspected of laundering money in bitcoin centers

  • The Israeli air force carried out strikes on Hamas sites in Gaza early Thursday in response to a rocket attack targeting the Jewish state, the army and Palestinian officials said.
  • Father surrenders after fatally shooting his infant son while aiming at his wife, police say
  • Actor Michael Jace taunted wife before shooting her, prosecutors say during murder trial
  • A shortage of staff and a surge in air travelers have created a nightmare scenario for the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA), with airport wait times in places like Chicago having stretched beyond two hours.
  • The mother of a Texas teenager who used an “affluenza” defense after killing four people in a 2013 drunken-driving crash was formally charged with money laundering on Thursday, related to her helping him flee to Mexico last year, her attorney said.

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@ZFTWARNING: “Spain arrests 30 suspected of laundering money in bitcoin centers”


Spanish police said on Wednesday they had arrested 30 people suspected of illegally distributing pay television content and of laundering the proceeds by investing in bitcoin “mining” centers for processing transactions in the digital currency, which use intensive computing power to generate


Spain arrests 30 suspected of laundering money in bitcoin centers

World Liberty News » Blog Archive » An Economist’s Case for a Noninterventionist Foreign Policy

  • Economist David R. Henderson, deeply affected by the wars following 9/11, turned his research energies toward foreign policy, looking to see how an economist’s tools could be brought to bear in deciding on a sensible foreign policy.
  • We talk about that today, in a really outstanding conversation.
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Bitcoin Alternative Dogecoin Soars 900% As Other Crypto-Currencies Suffer

  • Created in early December, dogecoin is one of a growing number of crypto-currencies which function in a similar way to bitcoin.
  • 9% of the total 100 million dogecoins have been mined, but as with bitcoin, extracting the coins will get more difficult – and slower – over time.
  • Although each dogecoin is only worth a fraction of a bitcoin – and a fraction of a dollar – the currency saw massive growth while bitcoin, litecoin and most other crypto-currencies reported heavy losses , sparked by the Chinese central bank’s decision to ban financial services from dealing in bitcoin.
  • Apple’s proposed €850 million (£644 million) data centre in Ireland is set to become the country’s biggest
  • Although bitcoin now stands at around $700 per coin, it has fallen significantly in the last week from a high of $1,200 – a fall blamed on the actions of the Chinese central bank effectively blocking its citizens from using the currency.

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‘Bitcoin Alternative Dogecoin Soars 900% As Other Crypto-Currencies Suffer’ on Yahoo Finance UK. They are all decentralised, with no backing from any country or bank, and they can be traded online for fiat currencies like dollars and sterling. Although each dogecoin is only worth a fraction of a bitcoin – and indeed, a fraction of a dollar – the currency saw massive growth while bitcoin, litecoin and most other crypto-currencies reported heavy losses, sparked by the Chinese central bank’s decision to ban financial services from dealing in bitcoin. In seven days Dogecoin has increased in value by 935%, and its users hope it will soon be more valuable than some real world currencies, such as the Zimbabwean dollar. One thousand Zimbabwean dollars is currently worth around $2.76, while the same number of Dogecoins was worth $1.28 at its peak, but the currency has since dipped to $1.07 per thousand coins at the time of publication.


Bitcoin Alternative Dogecoin Soars 900% As Other Crypto-Currencies Suffer

Obama needs to make a move on bitcoin now—Bart Chilton—commentary

  • The Internal Revenue Service has opined that digital currencies such as bitcoin are taxed as “property.”
  • Since 2014 we’ve seen a serious and significant shift among government officials and within the bitcoin/blockchain community.
  • Current CFTC Commissioner Chris Giancarlo recently (and rightly) called for such protection for digital currency.
  • With an available supply of more than 15.5 million bitcoins, the digital currency now has a market capitalization of nearly US$7 billion, according an estimate by market-data site CoinCap.
  • The Securities and Exchange Commission and Commodity Futures Trading Commission have approved certain bitcoin/blockchain-related activities under their jurisdictions.

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Europe is way ahead of the US when it comes to bitcoin, says former CFTC Commissioner Bart Chilton. Obama needs to step up.


Obama needs to make a move on bitcoin now—Bart Chilton—commentary

Bayer’s Monsanto bid to create biggest agricultural supplier

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Spain arrests 30 suspected of laundering money in bitcoin centers

  • Spain arrests 30 suspected of laundering money in bitcoin centers
  • The proceeds were allegedly laundered through investments in banking products, luxury cars, property as well as Bitcoin centers.
  • Spanish police said on Wednesday they had arrested 30 people suspected of illegally distributing pay television content and of laundering the proceeds by investing in bitcoin “mining” centers for processing transactions in the digital currency, which use intensive computing power to generate more bitcoins.
  • Six bitcoin “mining” centers were seized in the raid, they added, after an investigation alongside Spain’s tax office that started as a crackdown on a scheme to illegally decode and distribute pay-TV content.
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Spanish police say they’ve arrested 30 people suspected of illegally distributing pay TV content & of laundering proceeds by investing in bitcoin “mining” centres.


Spain arrests 30 suspected of laundering money in bitcoin centers