US trade policy and the threat of protectionism


For many years, various US administrations of whatever political background have forged deals with markets and trading blocs around the world. Trade disputes have usually been short lived and resolved effectively through the World Trade Organization. On the whole, it seemed that the world, led by the US, was moving inexorably towards a regime of free and open trade, a situation which seemed to benefit not least its giant manufacturers

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