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Trump to order review of all international trade agreements

Aimed at addressing trade violations and abuses, the US President, Donald Trump is all set to ink an executive order for reviewing all the international trade agreements signed by the US, which also includes the World Trade Organisation, reported a national news agency.
The order, along with outlining the hurdles, will also suggest alternatives to solve it.
Reportedly, Wilbur Ross, US Commerce Secretary in a news conference held at the White House said, “As far as I can tell there has never been a systematic evaluation of what has been the impact of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) agreements on the country as an integrated whole. So it’s trying to find violations and abuses.”
“It calls for a report within 180 days. It calls for not just outlining the problem or problems, but also proposing the alternative solutions to them,” said Ross.