Partner Nasim Fussell shared insight on how the November presidential election could shape international trade policy in an article published by Thomson Reuters Westlaw.
She said that a Biden administration will be pressed to keep current trade actions such as tariffs, while a second Trump term could yield more tariffs.
"Biden is going to have a lot of pressure on him to maintain some of the trade actions that President Trump imposed, namely tariffs," Ms. Fussell said. "President Trump will probably feel a little less guarded in his desire to implement his trade policy goals, which could potentially mean more tariffs and more challenges."
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