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Markets fear Trump effect on global tradeBY MICHELLE BALTAZAR | THURSDAY, 10 NOV 2016 11:32AM
Beyond the initial market sell-off, investors might have a bigger worry ahead if US President-elect Donald Trump makes good on his global trade platform.
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