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A new report from the World Bank paints a rosier picture of the economic benefits of President Donald Trump’s crackdown on global trade.

“Our analysis indicates that the benefits from the policies implemented by the Trump Administration have been significant and substantial,” the World Development Report, a research paper produced by the Washington-based organization, states.

“The policy measures and actions have reduced trade deficits in goods and services and have improved the health of economies, boosted growth, and created new jobs.”

The World Bank also noted that the Trump trade policies have had an impact on labor markets.

“We found that trade policies were linked to wage increases for the lowest-skilled workers, as well as higher wages for workers in low- and middle-skill occupations,” the report stated.

Trump, who has called the World Trade Organization a “total disaster,” has made his trade policies the focus of his first 100 days in office, which has resulted in a trade war with countries like China, Mexico, and Brazil, among others. “

These findings highlight the importance of a more holistic approach to global trade policy,” the bank added.

Trump, who has called the World Trade Organization a “total disaster,” has made his trade policies the focus of his first 100 days in office, which has resulted in a trade war with countries like China, Mexico, and Brazil, among others.

The U.S. and its allies have taken action to block the trade deals, while Mexico has imposed tariffs on goods made by the United States.

The report notes that the U.N. and other countries have warned that the trade agreements will not only hurt American workers, but also the global economy.

“Despite this, the Trump Administrations actions have created economic opportunities for millions of Americans,” the WDR noted.