Trump Presidency Would Curb U.S. Inward Investment, Survey Shows

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  • Fewer firms would raise U.S. investment, more would cut back
  • Survey of 500 corporations also shows Brexit would hurt EU

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks on May 2, 2016, in Carmel, Indiana.

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Foreign corporations would dramatically scale back their plans to invest in the U.S. if billionaire Donald Trump is elected president, according to a survey conducted in January for global management consulting firm A.T. Kearney.

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