Trump Is More or Less Anti-Trade: Trade Minister

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November 11 -- Campaign pledges by President-elect Donald Trump to get tough on trade with China and Mexico is increasing the risks for American farmers, who have become more dependent on selling food to other countries. While Trump has provided few details, he has called for punitive tariffs on imported goods to protect American manufacturing jobs and threatened to tear up existing trade agreements. Such moves could spur retaliation by other countries, disrupting U.S. farm-product exports valued at $133 billion last year, 28 percent of which went to China and Mexico. Swedish EU Affairs & Trade Minister Ann Linde discusses the wider implications of trade with Guy Johnson and Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."