From robot vacuums to baby gates, U.S. companies say they need China  NBC News

A broad range of U.S. companies told a hearing in Washington on Monday that they have few alternatives other than China for producing clothing, electronics, ...

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A broad range of U.S. companies told a hearing in Washington on Monday that they have few alternatives other than China for producing clothing, electronics, and other consumer goods.The head of Kenneth Cole said 25 percent tariffs would wipe out the company's profits, while a cashmere importer said she could only get the wool from Inner Mongolia.

U.S. businesses are imploring President Donald Trump not to expand his tariffs to $300 billion US in goods from China that have so far been spared in his trade war with Beijing.U.S. businesses are imploring President Donald Trump not to expand his tariffs to $300 billion US in goods from China that have so far been spared in his trade war with Beijing.

Hundreds of businesses, trade groups and individuals are pleading with U.S. President Donald Trump not to impose tariffs on the remaining US$300 billion in Chinese goods that he hasn't already hit with 25 per cent import taxes.Hundreds of businesses, trade groups and individuals are pleading with U.S. President Donald Trump not to impose tariffs on the remaining US$300 billion in Chinese goods that he hasn't already hit with 25 per cent import taxes.

U.S. companies' message to Trump: Don't expand China tariffs | CTV News

“It’ll be the straw that breaks the camel‘s back for a lot of our companies.”“It’ll be the straw that breaks the camel‘s back for a lot of our companies.”

Hundreds of Companies Beg Trump Not to Commit Economic Suicide | Vanity Fair

“Hearings are this week for Trump’s NEXT ROUND of tariffs on $300 billion of imports from China — toys, shoes, clothes, iPhones, etc. If implemented, these could raise the average US tariff on China to 27.8%, which would approach Smoot-Hawley levels... 👉🏾 https://t.co/AGWW4uWxtv”

Chad P. Bown on Twitter: "Hearings are this week for Trump’s NEXT ROUND of tariffs on $300 billion of imports from China — toys, shoes, clothes, iPhones, etc. If implemented, these could raise the average US tariff on China to 27.8%, which would approach Smoot-Hawley levels... 👉🏾 https://t.co/AGWW4uWxtv… https://t.co/tjhSv8i0Mq"

“What happens if Trump imposes tariffs on $300b in Chinese goods? A NH fireworks company says it would raise prices A MN motorcycle maker warns that it would lose business to foreign rivals A CA housewares firm says it would extend a hiring freeze https://t.co/FFu7X8L1QU”

Lisa Mascaro on Twitter: "What happens if Trump imposes tariffs on $300b in Chinese goods? A NH fireworks company says it would raise prices A MN motorcycle maker warns that it would lose business to foreign rivals A CA housewares firm says it would extend a hiring freeze https://t.co/FFu7X8L1QU"

“Starting today, more than 300 companies are testifying @USTradeRep, urging Trump NOT to add new tariffs on Chinese goods. @BestBuy warns that the cost of 25% tariff on consumer electronics like laptops and smartphones "could be immediately passed along to US consumers"”

Katie Lobosco on Twitter: "Starting today, more than 300 companies are testifying @USTradeRep, urging Trump NOT to add new tariffs on Chinese goods. @BestBuy warns that the cost of 25% tariff on consumer electronics like laptops and smartphones "could be immediately passed along to US consumers""

“The terrible-looking Empire State survey was conducted in the middle of Trump's Mexico tariff threat. Usually the survey tracks China's Caixin PMI, so it likely will rebound strongly next month now that the Mexico fiasco is over.”

Ian Shepherdson on Twitter: "The terrible-looking Empire State survey was conducted in the middle of Trump's Mexico tariff threat. Usually the survey tracks China's Caixin PMI, so it likely will rebound strongly next month now that the Mexico fiasco is over.… https://t.co/crS4AN9vMT"

Companies say more tariffs would hurt businesses and consumers, but many have become resigned to the idea that president will do what he wants.Companies say more tariffs would hurt businesses and consumers, but many have become resigned to the idea that president will do what he wants.

President Trump said Democrats could stop stonewalling over immigration and solve the issue with just a quick meeting, in remarks broadcast Sunday with ABC News’ "This Week" anchor George Stephanopoulos.President Trump said Democrats could stop stonewalling over immigration and solve the issue with just a quick meeting, in remarks broadcast Sunday with ABC News’ "This Week" anchor George Stephanopoulos.

Tariffs, which President Donald Trump has described as "beautiful," have amplified fears that “tit-for-tat” trade spats will become the order of the day.Tariffs, which President Donald Trump has described as "beautiful," have amplified fears that “tit-for-tat” trade spats will become the order of the day.

How Trump's 'beautiful' tariffs are casting a shadow over trade policy

New Balance Athletics Inc. has long advocated and benefited from tariffs, competing with Nike Inc. and other footwear companies while still making shoes in the U.S. Now, it’s among the critics of President Donald Trump’s duties testifying at a public hearing starting Monday.

Hundreds of companies descend on Washington to fight Trump's tariffs - BNN Bloomberg

Hundreds of businesses, trade groups, and individuals have written to complain that the additional import taxes would drive up prices for consumers, squeeze profits, and leave U.S. companies at a competitive disadvantage to foreign rivals that aren't subject to higher taxes on the vital components they buy from China.Hundreds of businesses, trade groups, and individuals have written to complain that the additional import taxes would drive up prices for consumers, squeeze profits, and leave U.S. companies at a competitive disadvantage to foreign rivals that aren't subject to higher taxes on the vital components they buy from China.

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The last round of tariffs Donald Trump imposed on Chinese goods mostly targeted commercial products, shielding consumers from sticker shock on the good they buy every day. But the next round of tariffs on another $300 billion of Chinese goods will hit Americans right where it counts. The New York

Here’s why Trump’s next round of tariffs will really hit Americans where it hurts – Alternet.org

A wide range of U.S. companies told a hearing in Washington on Monday that they have few alternatives other than China for producing clothing, electronics and other consumer goods as the Trump administration prepares new tariffs on remaining U.S.-China trade.A wide range of U.S. companies told a hearing in Washington on Monday that they ...

U.S. firms say China tariffs will raise costs, see few sourcing alternatives - Reuters

Trump is turning to a familiar playbook of exaggerated boasts about economic performance and overdrawn complaints about a race tilted.Trump is turning to a familiar playbook of exaggerated boasts about economic performance and overdrawn complaints about a race tilted.

Fact Checking Trump's Claims on the Economy and 2020 Election | Fortune

Fact Checking Trump's Claims on the Economy and 2020 Election

Fact Checking Trump's Claims on the Economy and 2020 Election

Most that have come forth so far see Trump tariffs as threats to themselves and to global growth generally Most that have come forth so far see Trump tariffs as threats to themselves and to global growth generally