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Trade Policy Has Become Politically Unpopular. These Steps Could Help Rehabilitate It.

Robert Litan: Unless they're confident other countries are living up to their obligations under existing trade agreements, Americans won’t broadly support an agenda seeking to break down barriers abroad.
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