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2016-US-Presidential-Elections

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Here’s how our top four presidential candidates propose to address global trade.

Donald Trump – Republican Party

Trade reform—

  • Appoint trade negotiators whose goal will be to win for America: narrowing our trade deficit, increasing domestic production, and getting a fair deal for our workers.
  • Renegotiate NAFTA.
  • Withdraw from the TPP.
  • Bring trade relief cases to the world trade organization.
  • Label China a currency manipulator.
  • Apply tariffs and duties to countries that cheat.
  • Direct the Commerce Department to use all legal tools to respond to trade violations.

Learn more at https://www.donaldjtrump.com/positions/economic-vision

Hillary Clinton – Democratic Party

Hillary Clinton will strengthen American trade enforcement so we stand up to foreign countries that aren’t playing by the rules–like China is doing right now with steel—and fight for American workers. She will say no to trade deals, like the Trans-Pacific Partnership, that do not meet her high standard of raising wages, creating good-paying jobs, and enhancing our national security.
Learn more at https://www.hillaryclinton.com/issues/manufacturing/

 

Jill Stein – Green Party

Under the heading of “A Just Economy,” Jill Stein notes: Replace corporate trade agreements with fair trade agreements.
See http://www.jill2016.com/plan
Learn more about Jill Stein on Free Trade at On The Issues.

 

Gary Johnson – Libertarian Party

Under his Jobs Plan, Gary Johnson makes no mention of trade agreements.
See https://www.johnsonweld.com/jobs
Learn more about Gary Johnson on Free Trade at On The Issues.

 

 

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