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US companies forked over a record amount of tariffs in October ($6.2 billion!) because of Trump's trade war

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US companies forked over a record amount of tariffs in October ($6.2 billion!) because of Trump's trade war· US companies are paying more than ever before in tariff duties: $6.2 billion in October.
· The October tariff collections represented a 104% jump from October 2017.
· The sudden spike came due to President Donald Trump's tariffs on steel, aluminum, and Chinese goods.
· US companies paid $2.2 billion more to import goods...
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​The Commerce Department said the U.S.' trade gap grew by nearly $1 billion between September and October.

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