USCBC Sr. Vice President Erin Ennis stops by Mike Adams’ show to give a quick update on where trade talks stand.
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"New tariffs imposed by China will hurt US manufacturers," Barry told MultiBriefs in an email. President Trump ran for the White House in part on a plan to revive American manufacturing...What about agricultural businesses in the US-China trade tumult? "Farmers, already feeling the pain from an earlier round of tariffs, will be harmed even more," Barry said.
Despite the lifted tariffs from Mexico and Canada, the ongoing US-China trade war continues to put a strain on Hoosier farmers, manufacturers and consumers. According to the 2019 State Export Report from the US-China Business Council, a private bipartisan nonprofit organization of 200 American companies doing business in China, the trade war is moving “in the wrong direction.”