Ross Rant | September 12, 2017

Sputnik is being asked by the FBI if it is a propaganda arm of the Kremlin if so - this is a violation of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA). I have been following China seriously since 2010 and the nation still tweaks with its currency to pick winners and losers and maintains soaring debt - nothing changes with the Middle Kingdom's management style. Finally, Detroit will be connected to Windsor with a new bridge. The span over the Detroit River connecting Michigan and Ontario is the second busiest crossing between the United States and Canada and is an essential automotive supply chain platform.  Requirements for nations to deploy zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) is spreading rapidly - America isn't setting the agenda. Boris Johnson is off to BVIs. UK parliament votes to leave the EU officially. Saudi Arabia goes on a global PR offensive. Kushner, call your lawyer and get some better PR. Ted Cruz and I like the same web content. More than 7.4 million homes and businesses in Florida are without power following Hurricane Irma. Mexico rescinds an offer of aid to the US as Trump does nothing to recognize the massive quake south of the border. What Happened, the 2017 memoir by Hillary Rodham Clinton, drops today. Tonight, Kid Rock kicks off a six-night stand opening Detroit's new Little Caesars Arena. A no sports cable bundle is coming. The iPhone X will drop today with a $1,000 price tag - who knew a smartphone was a luxury item with better margins than gear from Hermes. Be a professional. Kobe Bryant unveils the NBA China Academy. The Champions League is back and Los Blancos go for three. In baseball, the Dodgers lost again and the Indians won again.

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Marc Ross

Based in Washington, DC, I specialize in thought leader communications and global public policy for public affairs professionals working at the intersection of globalization, disruption, and politics.

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