The United States has the most influence on multilateral trading systems of any country in the world. Therefore, all eyes were on President Donald Trump when he assumed office at the White House.
As the latest US President, trade experts and professionals were eager to see his administration’s trade policies given their potential impact on the rest of the trading world. As it turns out, he had unique approaches to trading that were not only brave and bold, but could potentially undermine the existing international trade laws.
Take a closer look into President Trump’s trade policies and what it means for the rest of the world, as well as the US economy.
America First Trade Policy
“Make America Great Again” is the primary campaign for the Trump administration, which is something that he vowed even during his electoral run. Therefore, it comes as no shock to many that he imposed
She has been in New York for Bloomberg since May 2018 covering energy markets and commodities.
Ngai previously worked at Reuters, where she covered Wall Street banks, namely Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs. Before that, she was an energy reporter at Reuters covering the cash crude market as well as oil derivatives.
Before joining Reuters, she spent three years covering the steel industry for American Metal Market.
Ngai is a graduate of the University of Toronto and holds a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University.