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U.S. | 16 July 2018 No Hard Evidence that Tariffs are Hurting Business Investment... Yet
We can see no hard evidence, yet, that the expanding trade war with China and other U.S. trading partners is hitting business investment.

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16 July 2018 No Hard Evidence that Tariffs are Hurting Business Investment... Yet

By Ian Shepherdson

We can see no hard evidence, yet, that the expanding trade war with China and other U.S. trading partners is hitting business investment.

Posted: 15th Jul 2018 in 'U.S.'

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