protectionism

The President's vow to impose new tariffs on Mexican imports risks sabotaging trade deals and the U.S. economy.
Leaders of 19 countries agreed to support the Paris accord on fighting climate change with the U.S. the lone holdout.
"Tariffs are B-A-D," says a deadpan Ben Stein in front of a chalkboard.
"Americans across the country" paid a stiff price last time.
The president, who announced the protectionist measures on Thursday, later tweeted that "trade wars are good, and easy to win."
The inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to bring a wave of trade protectionism, but consumerism in both
America's prosperity depends on turning outward to the rest of the world.
While global businesses have become accustomed to finding new markets and identifying ways to hedge risk, they are less adept
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It is on the trade front, however, that differences are deepest. President-elect Trump has advocated for trade policies away