Marketplace for Monday, December 12, 2016

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We're getting more glimpses as what deal-making could look like under President-elect Donald Trump. First, the One China policy — where the U.S. does not recognize Taiwan as an independent state — has been seen as non-negotiable, but it could be a bargaining chip for Trump. Then, Lockheed Martin shares dropped after Trump criticized its F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program on Twitter, but fixing his issues won't be easy. Plus, the war waging at your grocery store and why (one writer says) you should hate "Star Wars."