Ambos candidatos se oponen al Acuerdo Transpacífico, ponen en duda el Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte y coinciden en la necesidad de invertir en infraestructura. como una forma de reactivar el crecimiento económico. He aquí la visión de los dos candidatos para restaurar los trabajos y aumentar los ingresos. Al final, las elecciones por lo general recaen en la política económica.
Both candidates oppose the Transpacific Agreement, and also questioned the North American Free Trade Agreement and have highlighted the need to invest in infrastructure as a way to kickstart economic growth. Here’s a look at the two candidates vision for how to restore widespread job and income gains. In the end, elections usually come back to the economy

 

¿En cuál candidato usted confía que hará un mejor trabajo en el manejo de la economía?
Which candidate do you trust would do a better job handling the economy?



Donald Trump

 

 

  • Eliminará el acuerdo Transpacífico (TPP).

 

  • Renegociará NAFTA con México y Canadá.

 

  • Propone restricciones a las empresas que se aprovechan del acuerdo de libre comercio para sacar sus plantas y los trabajos de Estados Unidos.

 

  • Aplicará un impuesto del 20% sobre mercancías importadas.

 

  • Quiere incentivar a los estados para que establezcan sus sueldos mínimos de acuerdo con sus necesidades competitivas frente al resto del país.

 

  • Exigirá que el Made in América se produzca integramente en el país y no en China y presionará a China para que cese la práctica de abaratar artificialmente la divisa.

 

  • Pretende ajustar el déficit mediante la subida de impuestos a las rentas más altas, reduciéndolos a las empresas y bajándolos a las clases medias.

 

  • En cuanto a las Regulaciones de Wall Street , desmantelará la ley Dodd- Frank .

 

  • Promete un programa de reconstrucción de trillones de dólares  para remendar carreteras , aeropuertos , puentes , sistemas de agua y la red eléctrica. Quitaría las restricciones a la producción de energía y utilizaría parte de estos ingresos fiscales para financiar su plan de infraestructura.

 

  • Wants to eliminate the Transpacific Agreement (TPP) .

 

  • Seeks to renegotiate NAFTA with Mexico and Canada.

 

  • Wants to restrict businesses to take advantage of the free trade agreement with an aggressive trade enforcement and tariff increase to rebuild the manufacturing industry. He will apply a 20% tax on imported goods.

 

  • Wants to encourage states to set their minimum wages according to their competitive needs against the rest of the country.

 

  • Claims the Made in America will be produced entirely in the country and not in China. Promises to pressure China to cease the practice of artificially cheapen the currency.

 

  • Aims to adjust the deficit by raising taxes on higher incomes, reducing them to businesses and lowering them to the middle classes.

 

  • Regarding Wall Street Regulations, he would dismantle Dodd-Frank.

 

  • Promises a trillion-dollar rebuilding program to patch up roads, airports, bridges, water systems and the power grid. He would lift restrictions on energy production and use part of the resulting tax revenue to finance his infrastructure plan.

 

Hillary Clinton

  • En desacuerdo con el Acuerdo Transpacífico (TPP).

 

  • En desacuerdo con el tratado de CAFTA con Centro América.

 

  • De acuerdo con los actuales acuerdos comerciales.

 

  • Propone un incremento nacional del salario mínimo a $12 dlls por hora, y $15 en ciertos estados,

 

  • Pretende controlar  el deficit a base de tasas al capitalismo especulativo.

 

  • Apoya la ley Dodd-Frank y algunas regulaciones para Wall Street, como por ejemplo impuestos a las transacciones de alta frecuencia.

 

  • A favor de los incentivos fiscales para inversiones locales y para las compañías que traigan de vuelta puestos de trabajo a los EE.UU.

 

  • A favor de aumentar la vigilancia a los socios comerciales.

 

  • Enviará un plan de infraestructura por $ 275 billones al Congreso durante sus primeros 100 días en el cargo. Para financiar los nuevos proyectos usará nuevos ingresos a partir de una revisión de impuestos de negocios.

 

  • Disagree with the Transpacific (TPP ) Agreement.

 

  • Disagree with the CAFTA agreement with Central America.

 

  • In accordance with current trade agreements

 

  • Supports a $12 federal minimum and $15 in some states, but thinks states should be allowed to set higher floors if they have local support.

 

  • Aims to control the deficit rate based on speculative capitalism.

 

  • Supports keeping the Dodd-Frank law and some rules for Wall Street, such as taxing high-frequency trading.

 

  • Favors tax incentives for investment in hard-hit manufacturing and for companies to bring back jobs to the U.S.

 

  • Favors increased policing of trading partners.

 

  • She would send a $275 billion infrastructure plan to Congress during the first 100 days. She would use new revenue from a business tax overhaul to pay for new projects.

 

 

 

Referencias:

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/08/full-text-donald-trumps-detroit-speech-on-the-ecnomic-plan-226793    Full text: Donald Trump’s Detroit speech on his economic plan 08/08/2016

https://assets.donaldjtrump.com/trump-tax-reform.pdf  Trump’s Tax Plan
http://www.clarin.com/mundo/Donald-Trump-impuestos-rebajas-republicano_0_1439856208.html

http://time.com/money/4405149/clinton-and-trump-tax-plans-cost-by-income-level/

http://dailycaller.com/2016/08/07/which-candidate-is-better-for-your-bottom-line-trump-or-clinton/

http://election2016.taxpolicycenter.org/

http://www.newsweek.com/hillary-clinton-full-transcript-economic-speech-489602   Full Transcript: Hillary Clinton’s Economic Speech

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/08/donald-trump-immigration-address-transcript-227614      Full text: Donald Trump immigration speech in Arizona 08/31/2016

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/08/donald-trump-terrorism-speech-227025
Full text: Donald Trump's speech on fighting terrorismo  08/15/2016

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/07/full-transcript-donald-trump-nomination-acceptance-speech-at-rnc-225974 Full text: Donald Trump's RNC speech

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/07/full-text-hillary-clintons-dnc-speech-226410    Full text: Hillary Clinton's DNC speech

https://hillaryspeeches.com/2016/06/13/hillary-clinton-addresses-terrorism-in-cleveland/
Hillary Clinton anti terrorism speech in Cleveland

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