Is it the end of free trade as we know it? After a campaign where he promised the return of jobs lost abroad, Donald Trump announced that on day one of his presidency he'll scrap the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Will US workers be better off with it or without it? Russia and China, both left out of TPP, see reason to smile. Could this lead to a new era of protectionism or even a trade war?
Produced by Charles WENTE, François WIBAUX and Christopher DAVIS.
Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
Ralph WINNIE JR.
China Director, Eurasian Business Coalition
Adjunct Professor of Economics, London Business School
Founder, ACAPITAL Equity Investment Fund