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More examples of how Trump’s trade war is backfiring and putting US firms and American jobs at great risk – Publications – AEI

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AEI More examples of how Trump’s trade war is backfiring and putting US firms and American jobs at great risk 1. Trump Has Promised to Bring Jobs Back. His Tariffs Threaten to Send Them Away. 2. Trump’s Trade War is ‘Killing’ American Manufacturing, Prompting Potential Moves to Mexico 3. Complaints Grow Among U.S. Factories That Trump’s Tariffs Harm Their Profits 4. Trump supporter eyes moving factory to Mexico over tariffs MP: Isn’t it really too bad that there’s no academic discipline that has studied international trade for hundreds of years and accumulated mountains of theory and evidence on trade and protectionism that maybe could have accurately predicted the significant economic damage that has resulted from the Mercantilist-in-Chief’s misguided trade folly……   More examples of

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More examples of how Trump’s trade war is backfiring and putting US firms and American jobs at great risk

More examples of how Trump’s trade war is backfiring and putting US firms and American jobs at great risk - Publications – AEI More examples of how Trump’s trade war is backfiring and putting US firms and American jobs at great risk - Publications – AEI

1. Trump Has Promised to Bring Jobs Back. His Tariffs Threaten to Send Them Away.

2. Trump’s Trade War is ‘Killing’ American Manufacturing, Prompting Potential Moves to Mexico

3. Complaints Grow Among U.S. Factories That Trump’s Tariffs Harm Their Profits

4. Trump supporter eyes moving factory to Mexico over tariffs

MP: Isn’t it really too bad that there’s no academic discipline that has studied international trade for hundreds of years and accumulated mountains of theory and evidence on trade and protectionism that maybe could have accurately predicted the significant economic damage that has resulted from the Mercantilist-in-Chief’s misguided trade folly……

 

More examples of how Trump’s trade war is backfiring and putting US firms and American jobs at great risk
Mark Perry

Mark Perry
Mark J. Perry is concurrently a scholar at AEI and a professor of economics and finance at the University of Michigan’s Flint campus. He is best known as the creator and editor of the popular economics blog Carpe Diem. At AEI, Perry writes about economic and financial issues for American.com and the AEIdeas blog.

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