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US-based companies have warned of similar dilemmas, saying relocating to the US would be too costly or impractical in many cases.
While the White House often asserts that foreign exporters pay tariffs, evidence shows those costs largely fall on domestic business and consumers.
President Donald Trump can kiss his dream of an ambitious trade deal with China goodbye, thanks to two bills Congress passed to uphold human rights.
Trump’s trade wars were supposed to rescue US manufacturing and agriculture. But his policies have made them significantly worse.
Trump is back as "Tariff Man" as he ramps up the trade war to shore up manufacturing and agriculture. But his combative approach is hurting them.
Trump’s favorite trade-war scorecard posts its best figure in 17 months — but data shows overall growth is slowing
The trade balance is driven by a variety of factors, including how much a country borrows from abroad and foreign exchange rates.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross supports delaying a trade deal until after the 2020 election, saying it eliminates an advantage for China
Ross noted that the US can weather the trade-war storm, and that Trump is "perfectly happy to continue with the tariffs as we have."
The blacklist's release was sped up to rebuke the US House of Representative's Xinjiang bill, China-backed Global Times tweeted Tuesday.
Trump just slapped tariffs on Brazil and Argentina to try and dig himself out of a problem he created
Some economists say Trump is attempting to pressure Argentina and Brazil to limit their cooperation with China as it buys more of their goods.
Huawei’s CEO said his arrested daughter should be proud to be a bargaining chip in the US-China trade war
Ren Zhengfei said that he and Meng Wanzhou had grown closer since her arrest and that he sometimes sent her 'funny stories' he saw online.
In latest sign of trade war pain, the Trump administration announces tariff relief for dozens of Chinese products
The exclusions were seen as a way to mitigate domestic concerns ahead of the 2020 elections, but they came at a critical moment in trade negotiations.