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Trump and the Economy

Dr. Tom Smythe

What will the Trump presidency mean for the national and Upstate economies? GSA Business had the questions and Furman business professor Tom Smythe provided some answers. “In the short-term, which to me includes 2017, I think it will largely be business as usual,” Smythe said. “The real question for the Upstate is how a President Trump will impact international trade.”

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