For the rich, not the poor

Isa, Mariam
December 2016
Finweek;12/29/2016, p16
The author reflects on the economic plans and policies of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump. It discusses Trump's plan to implement hefty tax cuts and generous incentives to encourage private spending on infrastructure, however, economic analysts warn that the momentum is temporary and will only benefit the rich more than the poor people. It also mentions the biggest and most widely acknowledged risk posed by Trump's populist brand citing his plan to withdraw from global trade agreements.


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