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Global Trade To Improve Despite Trump's Protectionist Rhetoric: Goldman Sachs

Though Donald Trump’s election has amplified concerns about a rollback of free trade, signs of upside trends in services trade and continued recovery in container trade point to moderately better trade growth in 2017, notes Goldman Sachs. Allison Nathan and Marina Grushin said in their December 19 research note titled “2016 Update, and a Peek at 2017” that they believe amidst Trump, China and key European elections, 2017 is set to be another interesting year for markets.
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