Trading with Trump: The Future of TPP

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During his campaign, President-elect Donald Trump repeatedly slammed the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) as a “bad deal” that would harm U.S. workers and export jobs to Asia. He has promised to renegotiate the agreement, or more likely, back out altogether. Assuming that Trump follows through with his campaign promises, The Cipher Brief asked Gary Hufbauer, Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for Economics, what trade in the Asia-Pacific region might look like with the probable American retrenchment under a Trump presidency.

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