President-elect Donald Trump has, throughout his campaign, vowed to essentially upend the United States’ global trade policies, breaking with Republican party orthodoxy and appealing to a base of frustrated workers who have watched manufacturing jobs evaporate.

Trump has said he’ll tear up the landmark North American Free Trade Agreement, definitively squash the long-negotiated Trans-Pacific Partnership and go after China by labeling it a currency manipulator.

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