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Protectionism and Trade Policy

March 21, 2017

Using the presidentís logic and keeping his assumption that the rest of the world has taken advantage of the U.S., are we to believe that absent all the trade opening actions taken in the post-WWII period would have resulted in a faster growth rate? What does the data says? Is there any evidence to support or contradict his views?

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