One of the most visible and contentious footprints left by the Trump presidency was the trade war with China. So now that the Trump presidency is over and with the benefit of hindsight, what did the trade war accomplish? Did someone win? Is the trade relationship better than it was four years ago? Were any of the Trump administration's particular grievances with China resolved by the dispute? What exactly has the Biden administration inherited, and what are they going to do with it? Dr. Kevin Fandl, Associate Professor of Business Law at Temple University's Fox School of Business joins KYW Newsradio In Depth to break down what exactly the trade war accomplished, how both China and the US were affected by it, and how US trade policy post-Trump is likely to adjust moving forward.
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