Next Steps Might Be Considered by Joe Biden for the Development of International Trade Law

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  •   Md. Habib Alam

Abstract

The United States of America is a part of the globalization of international trade law. The USA is known as a leading global trader among all nations. The President of the USA plays a vital role in the development of international trade law. On 8 November 2016, Donald Trump was elected as president of the United States of America. Donald Trump engaged in different trade deals and policies with different countries and international institutions. The trade deals and policies are withdrawal from TPP, reshaping NAFTA, reforming WTO, and imposing tariffs on foreign goods. On 8 November 2020, CNN commented, Joe Biden will be the next president of the USA. Many scholars expressed different thoughts relating to the reforming international trade law by Joe Biden. The main aim of Joe Biden will be to remove trade barriers and end artificial trade wars with different foreign nations. My research will suggest how Joe Biden may overcome these issues for the betterment of the international trade law around the world.


Keywords: USA, Joe Biden, International Trade Law, Reforms

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Alam, M.H. 2020. Next Steps Might Be Considered by Joe Biden for the Development of International Trade Law. European Journal of Engineering and Technology Research. 5, 11 (Nov. 2020), 1372-1375. DOI:https://doi.org/10.24018/ejers.2020.5.11.2234.