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Here are the US states that could be hit hardest by the 'tech cold war'

Business Insider Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Here are the US states that could be hit hardest by the 'tech cold war'· Trade relations between the US and China have been deteriorating recently.
· To get a sense of how a broader trade war could affect various states' economies, we took a look at Census Bureau data on the total value of import and export trade each state has with China.
· *Visit Business Insider's homepage for more...
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