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    Who’s Benefiting from the Nation's New Trade Policy?

    Host David Brancaccio sits down with a panel of experts in finance and trade in an attempt to examine who’s benefiting and who’s losing when it comes to the U.S.’ new trade policy.

    David Brancaccio
    Host & Senior Editor, "Marketplace Morning Report"
    Tom Wilson
    Chairman, U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO, The Allstate Corporation & Allstate Insurance Company
    Jennifer Thomas
    Vice President, Federal Government Affairs, Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers
    Bruce Heyman
    Former US Ambassador to Canada & Co-Founder, Uncharted
    Cecile Shea
    Nonresident Senior Fellow, Global Security & Diplomacy, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs

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    Trump, Trade and Tariffs: A Look into America’s Trade Policies

    Tom Wilson
    Chairman, U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO, The Allstate Corporation & Allstate Insurance Company
    Jennifer Thomas
    Vice President, Federal Government Affairs, Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers
    Cecile Shea
    Nonresident Senior Fellow, Global Security & Diplomacy, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs
    Bruce Heyman
    Former US Ambassador to Canada & Co-Founder, Uncharted
    David Brancaccio
    Host & Senior Editor, "Marketplace Morning Report"

    The Trump Administration has broken historical precedent in a medley of arenas, but one of its most salient policies is in international trade. Since World War II, the United States has favored multilateral trade pacts that have also served to deepen diplomatic relationships around the globe. The White House has thrown that notion out of the window, instead opting for hardball tactics that often pit the country against its longtime allies. At this Conversation, we’ll sit down with experts in finance and trade in an attempt to measure the impact of these decisions, and examine who’s benefiting and who’s losing when it comes to the U.S.’ new trade policy.