The Trump Effect: Nations around the world rushing to re-negotiate deals with U.S. even before he gets into office by Kenneth Schortgen, Jr.
There is an interesting concept that perhaps even alternative economists, much less mainstream shills, never took into account… and that is that perhaps many of the trade deals that ended up removing American jobs twenty years ago weren’t exactly in the best interests of those who signed them.
It is this idea that may be behind the massive rush following Donald Trump winning this week’s Presidential election that is causing a multitude of country’s to publicly call for a re-negotiating of trade and other deals well before the Donald even takes the oath of office.
Philippines: Foreign Policy Deal
Canada: Nafta Trade Deal
Russia: Foreign policy (including the ending of sanctions)
European Commission virtually gives up on TTIP