During his campaign, President-elect Donald Trump often was fuzzy on details of his economic plans.
But he was clear about one goal: getting much tougher on trade relations with our most important partners, i.e., China, Canada and Mexico.
Analysts say they don't doubt he will follow through. "We are definitely shifting to a world where the landscape is far less favorable to trade," said Eswar Prasad, professor of trade policy at Cornell University.
These are the three most likely steps to be taken in this new environment: