PARIS — On both sides of the Atlantic, many view economic globalization as a threat to below-average earners.
According to a recent poll by the German Marshall Fund, majorities in France, Germany and the United States favor maintaining existing trade barriers, even if doing so hampers economic growth. Clearly, the large net gains from global economic integration are not enough to convince those who have lost their jobs and the many others who feel at risk.
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