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Border walls obstruct legal trade by one-third, 'divert' illegal trade | The Source | Washington University in St. Louis
Political scientist David Carter co-authored a study of more than 50 barriers erected around the world, most of which have emerged since 2001. He and his co-author at the University of Chicago found that legal trade plummets up to 31% as a result of constructing a wall between two neighboring countries.