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Dozens of manufacturers are testifying in Washington about how Trump's trade war with China could hurt them. Here's what they're saying.

Business Insider Tuesday, 25 June 2019 ()
Dozens of manufacturers are testifying in Washington about how Trump's trade war with China could hurt them. Here's what they're saying.· *Hundreds of company and industry representatives descended on Washington this month to testify about proposed escalations in the yearlong US-China trade war.*
· *Many manufacturing representatives warned during the first two days of hearings that plans to target another $300 billion worth of imports from China would lead to...
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