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Silicon Valley bosses are globalists, not libertarians

DONALD TRUMP is no fan of the technology industry. He has proposed restrictions on H-1B visas, which are commonly used by Silicon Valley firms to recruit foreign talent, and labelled Amazon a “no-tax monopoly” that is doing “great damage” to traditional retailers.
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