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The US presidential election race has turned in Hillary Clinton’s favor after she and her Republican rival Donald Trump won big victories in the ‘Super Tuesday’ primaries, says Chief Economist Léon Cornelissen.
‘The growing wealth inequality in the US is posing problems for growth’“Trump is also proposing huge tax cuts, and the US economy is in no need of this; tax cuts for the rich are deeply ingrained in the Republican agenda, but the growing wealth inequality in the US is posing problems for growth as well as social instability. What the US economy really needs is investments, especially in its crumbling infrastructure.”
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