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What will a Trump presidency mean for the US economy?

He believes—against all evidence—that trade is a zero sum game

By George Magnus  

The headquarters of the Federal Reserve.

Donald Trump is going to the White House for the next four years. We don’t have a clue what to expect from a man who has no experience of government and a reputation for a volatile and vengeful temper. His campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again,” seems…

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