Personality politics, tribalism, congressional brinksmanship, even the real possibility of a contested result. Yes, this US presidential election is a burger with the lot. It makes for entertaining, albeit high-stakes, viewing. But this noise has also distracted from the economic policy differences between US President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. So what exactly are they, and how might the election outcome shape the investment landscape? USSC director of trade investment Stephen Kircher and non-resident fellow David Uren are quoted in this article by MoneyMag.com.au.
Trump v Biden: Where they stand when it comes to the economy
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Dr Stephen Kirchner
David UrenFormer Economics Editor