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Leads To Increased Global Investment, Beneficial Economic Environment 

U.S. Trade Policy With Primarily Isolationist Characteristics Would Lead To:

  • A 30 Percent Decline In Trade By 2022. (“Borders Vs. Barriers: Navigating Uncertainty In The US Business Environment,” Atlantic Council, Accessed 5/10/18)
  • A Loss Of $1.5 Trillion In GDP. (“Borders Vs. Barriers: Navigating Uncertainty In The US Business Environment,” Atlantic Council, Accessed 5/10/18)
  • 3 Million Fewer People Employed By 2022. (“Borders Vs. Barriers: Navigating Uncertainty In The US Business Environment,” Atlantic Council, Accessed 5/10/18)

U.S. Trade Policy With Primarily Internationalist Characteristics Would Lead To:

  • A 10 Percent Increase In Trade By 2022. (“Borders Vs. Barriers: Navigating Uncertainty In The US Business Environment,” Atlantic Council, Accessed 5/10/18)
  • A Gain Of $505 Billion In GDP. (“Borders Vs. Barriers: Navigating Uncertainty In The US Business Environment,” Atlantic Council, Accessed 5/10/18)
  • 7 Million More People Employed By 2022. (“Borders Vs. Barriers: Navigating Uncertainty In The US Business Environment,” Atlantic Council, Accessed 5/10/18)

U.S. Trade Policy With Primarily Atlanticist Characteristics Would Lead To:

  • A 10 Percent Decline In Trade By 2022. (“Borders Vs. Barriers: Navigating Uncertainty In The US Business Environment,” Atlantic Council, Accessed 5/10/18)
  • A Loss Of $502 Billion In GDP. (“Borders Vs. Barriers: Navigating Uncertainty In The US Business Environment,” Atlantic Council, Accessed 5/10/18)
  • 428,000 Fewer People Employed By 2022. (“Borders Vs. Barriers: Navigating Uncertainty In The US Business Environment,” Atlantic Council, Accessed 5/10/18)

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