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A top GOP senator warns that Trump’s massive trade deal with Canada and Mexico is ‘dead’ unless the president reverses his tariffs
"If these tariffs aren't lifted, USMCA is dead. There is no appetite in Congress to debate USMCA with these tariffs in place," Grassley said.
US companies forked over a record amount in tariffs in October — $6.2 billion! — because of Trump’s trade war
US companies are paying more in tariffs than at any point in history as President Donald Trump's trade war starts to take its toll.
Trump wants to have a giant signing ceremony for the updated US-Mexico-Canada trade deal, but the other two countries are refusing because of tariffs
President Donald Trump wants to have a ceremonial signing of the new US-Mexico-Canada trade deal before the midterm to boost the GOP but the other two countries are refusing since Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs are still in place.
President Donald Trump's tariffs on steel and Chinese goods are starting to impact the bottom line of major automakers like BMW, Ford and Honda. BMW exports form South Carolina have taken a dip following the China tariffs, while Ford and Honda are losing millions from the steel tariff.
Trump’s trade war with China is intensifying — here’s what tariffs are, and how they could affect you
President Donald Trump imposed tariffs on another $16 billon worth of Chinese goods on Thursday, prompting China to retaliate in kind. The move is an escalation of the trade war and could have serious effects for US businesses and consumers.
S&P 500 companies are starting to get concerned about President Donald Trump's trade war. The number of firms mentioning the words "tariffs" or "trade war" hit a record high in the second quarter.
US consumers and businesses are already starting to feel the pain from Trump’s trade war, and the worst is yet to come
President Donald Trump's tariffs on steel, aluminum, Chinese products, and more are raising some prices for consumers and causing uncertainty for US businesses. The economic pain could also get worse as Trump goes forward with other trade attacks.
Trump has attacked Canada, Europe, and Mexico for their trade barriers — here’s how tariffs in every country measure up
President Donald Trump slams other countries for "taking advantage" of the US on trade, but most major allies have pretty similar trade barriers to America. The US had an average applied tariff of 3.5% in 2016, while Canada's was 4.2%, the European Union's was 5.1%, and Japan's was 4%.
The Trump administration’s moves hit Harley-Davidson with a ‘triple whammy’ that made them decide to shift production outside the US...
President Donald Trump is trying to pain Harley-Davidson as the bad guy after the company announced it was shifting some production out of the US. But in reality, Trump brought much of the pain on himself.
Canada is preparing their own tariffs on steel in an effort to contain the fallout from Trump’s trade battles
The Canadian government is considering new restrictions on steel imports according to a new report. The move would be an attempt to stem the expected tide of cheap foreign steel coming into Canada as a result of President Donald Trump's steel tariffs in the US.