Relations between the two countries may become ‘aggressive’.
China will reduce the number of iPhone purchases and switch to ordering Airbus aircraft instead of Boeing if Donald Trump decides to go to war with the country, according to the State Gazette.
In the same publication it can be read that Trump will be “naive” if he decides to start a war and that China will respond with cutting measures if the United States acts aggressively.
Among the measures envisaged is the possibility of limiting the number of Chinese students studying in the United States or limiting the number of imports from Uncle Sam’s land.
“Making things politically difficult for China will not be good,” he warned.