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U.S. | 26 November 2018 Tariffs are Hurting the U.S. and China Escalation Would be Excruciating
It is becomingly increasingly clear that the trade war with China is hurting manufacturers in both countries.

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26 November 2018 Tariffs are Hurting the U.S. and China Escalation Would be Excruciating

By Ian Shepherdson

It is becomingly increasingly clear that the trade war with China is hurting manufacturers in both countries.

Posted: 26th Nov 2018 in 'U.S.'

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