United States Republican presidential contender Donald Trump says that he will withdraw from and renegotiate key trade deals if he is elected the next president.
Trump laid out his policy proposals for the first 100 days in power in a speech in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on Saturday.
He vowed to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
He also said he would designate China as a currency manipulator and boost energy investments and lift roadblocks on vital energy infrastructure projects, including the construction of the Keystone pipeline.
Trump also pledged to cancel every unconstitutional action issued by President Barack Obama and to nix billions of dollars of payments to United Nations climate change programs.
He said that under his policies, the U.S. economy will grow four percent a year and 25 million jobs will be created within ten years.
Source: KBS World Radio