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Jack Ma's Promise on creating 1 Million Jobs is now killed by Trade Wars?

Jack Ma's Promise on creating 1 Million Jobs is now killed by Trade Wars?

Jack Ma is one of the most famous entrepreneurs in the world and is recognized for his humbleness. This heart of his made a decision in which it involved providing jobs for over 1 million people in the US. January both Jack Ma Yun and Donald Trump came to an agreement, where Trump said "Jack and I are going to do some great things. Many had high hopes for this and we're excited about Jack Ma’s decision. But because of the trade war raging the dream is starting to fade away.

The new waves of the tariff are really undermining the whole plan Jack Ma made. "This promise was on the basis of friendly China-US cooperation and reasonable bilateral trade relations, but the current situation has already destroyed that basis, this promise can't be completed,” Ma said. The vague promise made by Jack Ma isn’t based on Alibaba’s investment in the US but was made for stimulating trade by helping American small businesses. So that products can be sold in China and other Asian countries. Jack ma had a very good reason for his decision and promise; it was to develop a friendly environment all over the world. But due to some recent incidents, it is being put down, what will Jack Ma do? Will, he still pursue his dream and do what he promised?

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