December 30, 2016 | Politico
NEW YORK — Nearly a month before Donald Trump won the White House, Japanese conglomerate SoftBank pledged to invest billions of dollars in the U.S. economy.
“The lesson for companies is it’s better to just shut up and go with the flow than to launch a correction,” said Bill Reinsch, a fellow who works on trade policy at the Stimson Center. “Particularly if you’re being complimented, if he’s praising your company for doing the right thing, the rational response is shut up, say thank you and move on.”
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