United States on the G20 agreed to support free trade

Donald Trump

The U.S. government agreed to a compromise in the issues of free trade and rejection of protectionism. On Saturday, July 8, Die Zeit reported, citing DPA.

As said the interlocutor of the Agency, the final document is likely to be commitments to free trade and rejection of protectionism. This issue has caused disagreements between the United States and other members of the “twenty”.

The President of the United States Donald trump when assuming office, promised that authorities will “buy American” and “hire Americans.” Later he signed a decree providing for the priority of American-made goods in public procurement.

27 APR trump led the United States out of the North American free trade agreement. On January 23, he signed a decree on the country’s withdrawal from the TRANS-Pacific partnership — a trade agreement between 12 countries in the Asia-Pacific region.