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Peter Navarro outlines the Trump economic plan

To score the benefits of eliminating trade deficit drag, we don’t need any complex computer model. We simply add up most (if not all) of the tax revenues and capital expenditures that would be gained if the trade deficit were eliminated. We have modeled only the impacts of implicit profits and wages, not any other […] The post Peter Navarro outlines the Trump economic plan appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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