2017 Outlook - International Trade

Bloomberg BNA’s 2017 International Trade Outlook examines U.S. trade policy in the wake of the election of Donald Trump as president and his campaign promises to undo key U.S. trade deals and policy. These include stepping away from the North American Free Trade Agreement, withdrawing from current U.S. discussion for a Trans-Pacific Partnership, and reexamining the wisdom of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership negotiations with the EU. Bloomberg BNA editors and reporters also delve into potential changes for U.S. policy at the World Trade Organization and new faces and policies at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and the Commerce Department. 


As a companion to this report, Bloomberg BNA's Jermone Ashton highlights the five things you need to know about international trade in 2017 in the video below.