Trade Policies: The US and China…More Alike Than We Think

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Global Trade, Macroeconomics

When it comes to the United States’ relationship with China, people often have varying opinions. Yet the fate of both countries remains intertwined and connected. Globalization has firmly taken root. Both countries have big economic hurdles to overcome. Trade policies on one side will have enormous ramifications and consequences to the economy of the other. Aptium Global’s Lisa Reisman talks about those potential future policies and their potential impact on the US industrial products manufacturing.

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— Kayla Bensing

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