By the numbers: Here's how "badly" the WTO treats the U.S.

 South Korean farmers protest against the sixth World Trade Organisation (WTO) Ministerial Conference December 13, 2005 in Hong Kong.
South Korean farmers protest the WTO in Hong Kong in 2005. Photo: MN Chan/Getty

President Trump said Monday that the World Trade Organization (WTO) has treated the U.S. "very badly" and if nothing changes "we will be doing something."

Why it matters: The WTO regulates 98% of global trade, and is largely seen as beneficial to the United States. Exiting the organization would likely raise prices on imported goods and make it more difficult for exporters.