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Biden aims for new course on trade, breaking with Trump and Democratic predecessors – The Washington Post

Biden will confront the same question that has bedeviled U.S. policymakers for three decades: How can the U.S. shape for maximum benefit its overseas commercial…

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Accepting the well-respected official favored by almost all other U.S. trading partners would mark a sharp break from President Trumps go-it-alone stance and begin reshaping international economic policy after years of tariff threats and trade wars.
Biden hasnt said publicly whether he will endorse Okonjo-Iweala, a naturalized U.S. citizen. And a spokesman for his transition team did not respond to a request for comment.
But whatever he decides about the WTO leadership, Bidens handling of trade…

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