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Some industry analysts have a clear answer. “As with Ford, Fiat Chrysler and Toyota before, General Motors’ announcement of a $1 investment is mostly theater to play in the news cycle created by President-elect Trump’s tweets,” said Michelle Krebs, senior analyst for Autotrader. “These investments and .” Here’s a closer look at possible effects of these or other protectionist measures aimed at the auto industry:

So what do we know about Trump’s economic policies? We look at the key areas:In terms of trade deals, both TTIP and the TPP now look dead in the water

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The British repeal of the Corn Laws in 1846 is usually seen as the beginning of a move to free trade that served as the pivotal event in the spread of economic liberalization throughout western . Historians have also seen the Repeal Act as reflecting Prime Minister Robert Peels (1788-1850) personal devotion to free trade. It was a powerful symbol of his desire to minimize the role of vested interests and state power in the functioning of the economy, even at great political cost to his party (Howe 1997).

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