Idaho, California leaders talk about ‘economic summit’ for next year

The Idaho Economic Summit is set for January 2-5 in Fresno, California, with several key regional leaders meeting in Boise.

The first meeting of the summit will take place at the Delta State Fairgrounds.

There are some interesting issues that are likely to come up during the summit, according to the Economic Summit web site:1.

The U.S. needs to focus on the economic and fiscal issues facing the U.N. in the wake of the Syrian crisis.

It’s no surprise that President Donald Trump has been on a spending binge, but he needs to do more to help American workers and communities in need.

He needs to prioritize a $1 trillion increase in the national debt over the next two years, which will help keep the country’s debt under control.2.

The economic crisis has created a new sense of urgency to enact policies that help our economy and workers, including reducing regulatory burdens, making it easier to access capital markets, boosting investment, increasing productivity and boosting the economy’s productivity.

It is imperative that we continue to invest in our nation’s infrastructure and infrastructure systems, and we need to expand our investments in research and development and manufacturing.3.

A new consensus is emerging among the governors, mayors and other key regional officials in that there is a need for greater federal investment in transportation and energy infrastructure, especially in areas such as the Gulf Coast.

We need to support efforts by the federal government to invest more in clean energy and renewables and to reduce our dependence on oil and gas.4.

We must move beyond the divisive and costly trade wars of the past decade, and begin to build a new relationship with China, which has shown great leadership in our economic and trade relations.

We should recognize that China is the world’s second largest economy and is the only nation that does not pay its fair share.

China is building a massive pipeline that will carry more than 100 billion barrels of crude oil a year from North Dakota to China.

That will be a significant contribution to the nation’s economic growth, and it will bring jobs and prosperity to this country.5.

We need to rebuild our nation and its infrastructure.

We also need to invest to protect our environment, and this includes investing in our infrastructure to ensure that our water and air resources are clean and safe.6.

We can no longer afford to wait until a future President or Congress passes an infrastructure bill.

We will do better if we work together to pass a clean energy, renewable energy and carbon tax, and that will help to put an end to our carbon emissions and bring us back to the level we need for our economy.7.

We cannot continue to be a global power that makes decisions based on race, religion, gender, nationality, political beliefs, sexual orientation, disability or disability rights.

We should focus our attention on developing and implementing a new global energy strategy that includes reducing our reliance on foreign oil and promoting renewable energy sources.8.

We have a huge debt.

We know that we are going to have to deal with this debt, but we also know that our economy cannot function without the continued prosperity and growth that comes from our energy resources.

I hope you can join me for a good, productive day.

China calls for US-led trade pact with Taiwan

China’s foreign ministry on Friday called for a US-backed trade pact between Taiwan and the mainland, a day after President Donald Trump announced he would lift economic sanctions against the communist-ruled island.

The Chinese foreign ministry statement came as Taiwan, which has been the subject of a diplomatic dispute with Beijing for decades, said it would be willing to talk about the deal.

Beijing has consistently said it will never accept Taiwan as a state.

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen has also warned of “tough consequences” if Washington follows through with a trade deal with Beijing.

Taiwan’s foreign minister said the Taiwan Economic Relations Commission (TEOC) had agreed to form a new body that would be responsible for the negotiation of a bilateral trade deal between Taiwan, the US and other nations.

It was to be headed by a senior member from China.

Taipei and Washington have a long history of trade disputes over Taiwan, and a 1979 peace treaty that ended decades of Chinese-backed occupation of the island is the basis for the current bilateral trade pact.

The US says it wants a deal that would protect Taiwanese interests while also opening up Taiwan to greater economic and trade links with the mainland.

The Trump administration announced the trade deal, which would bring jobs and other benefits to the US, in a series of tweets Friday.

Trump has said he has been considering the Taiwan trade deal since January.

But his administration has repeatedly rejected calls for it to be part of a broader agreement that would have China, a country that regards Taiwan as part of its territory, and other countries in the region, including the Philippines and Vietnam, as members.

The announcement of the trade agreement comes as Beijing has been pressuring the US to reverse its decision to lift sanctions on Taiwan, saying it was seeking to use the economic crisis to strengthen its grip on Taiwan.