US President Joe Biden holds up a silicon wafer as he participates virtually in the CEO Summit on Semiconductor and Supply Chain Resilience in the White House in Washington on April 12. Photo: AP US President Joe Biden holds up a silicon wafer as he participates virtually in the CEO Summit on Semiconductor and Supply Chain Resilience in the White House in Washington on April 12. Photo: AP
US President Joe Biden holds up a silicon wafer as he participates virtually in the CEO Summit on Semiconductor and Supply Chain Resilience in the White House in Washington on April 12. Photo: AP
Stephen Olson
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Stephen Olson

Four reasons Joe Biden and Donald Trump will not differ much on US trade policy

  • Developments in Biden’s first 100 days in office suggest a swift return to the pre-Trump status quo of US relations with the rest of the world is unlikely
  • While the Biden team is conducting a thorough review of Trump’s trade actions, it is clear there will be a high degree of continuity

US President Joe Biden holds up a silicon wafer as he participates virtually in the CEO Summit on Semiconductor and Supply Chain Resilience in the White House in Washington on April 12. Photo: AP US President Joe Biden holds up a silicon wafer as he participates virtually in the CEO Summit on Semiconductor and Supply Chain Resilience in the White House in Washington on April 12. Photo: AP
US President Joe Biden holds up a silicon wafer as he participates virtually in the CEO Summit on Semiconductor and Supply Chain Resilience in the White House in Washington on April 12. Photo: AP
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Stephen Olson

Stephen Olson

Stephen Olson is a research fellow at the Hinrich Foundation.