News: As Donald Trump closes borders, these startups are building for a free trade future
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It’s a trying time for businesses that are reliant on the cross-border flow of goods, workers, and capital. Brexit and Donald Trump’s election served as flashpoints for the political backlash against globalization, which is seen by many voters (fairly or not) as the primary force eroding jobs and wages.
But even with the winds blowing against them in the form of Trump’s embattled executive orders and floated tariffs, a number of intrepid entrepreneurs are betting on international trade. They’re forging ahead with a mixture of hope and frustration. Click here to read the full article in Inc.