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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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"
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
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""
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"
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Here’s why Trump’s next round of tariffs will really hit Americans where it hurts – Alternet.org
U.S. firms say China tariffs will raise costs, see few sourcing alternatives - Reuters
Fact Checking Trump's Claims on the Economy and 2020 Election | Fortune
Fact Checking Trump's Claims on the Economy and 2020 Election