With Republican control of the White House, the Senate, and the House of Representatives following eight years of Democratic rule, the national agenda is ready to change.
During the campaign, President-elect Donald Trump expressed various positions on trade, manufacturing, taxes and infrastructure. As president-elect, he has already expressed tough positions on trade, taken credit for keeping manufacturing jobs in the U.S., among various other stances.
Now, he is President of the United States. How do you think these positions impact the supply chain?
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