- On Tuesday, November 3, the US will elect their next president, giving Donald Trump four more years, or handing over the White House keys to Joe Biden.
- With the debates, rallies and campaigning coming to an end, and both sides having outlined their foreign, domestic, and economic policy, all that's left is to tally up.
- If Biden wins he is likely to usher in a new set of US economic objectives and policies, we've outlined some of the key possibilities below.
For more information please see our US: 2020 Election Final Update
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