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Asia needs strategy to deal with ‘America first’ Trump

Asia can play a leading role in moderating the global impact of United States president Donald Trump’s chaotic and protectionist trade policies, according to a Canberra economist.

Australian National University policy analyst Peter Drysdale says that Asia “remains the most dynamic part of the global economy” and can counter Trump’s isolationist stance on trade.

Drysdale is head of the ANU’s East Asian bureau on economic research and has published a number of books on Asian trade policies.

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