US President-elect Joe Biden participates in a virtual meeting with the US Conference of Mayors at the Queen in Wilmington, Delaware, on November 23. Photo: AFP
US President-elect Joe Biden participates in a virtual meeting with the US Conference of Mayors at the Queen in Wilmington, Delaware, on November 23. Photo: AFP
Stephen Olson
Opinion

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The View by Stephen Olson

Joe Biden’s push for sustainable trade will be a delicate balancing act

  • The president-elect is under pressure from Democratic Party progressives to adopt more stringent policies but must avoid erecting so many barriers for less-developed countries that trade liberalisation is stymied

US President-elect Joe Biden participates in a virtual meeting with the US Conference of Mayors at the Queen in Wilmington, Delaware, on November 23. Photo: AFP
US President-elect Joe Biden participates in a virtual meeting with the US Conference of Mayors at the Queen in Wilmington, Delaware, on November 23. Photo: AFP
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