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Trump 'Not Concerned' About Market Reaction to New US Tariffs on China Amid Trade War Escalation

RIA Nov. Sunday, 25 August 2019
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News video: Trump Says He Will Raise Percentage Of Tariffs Against China

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The Trump administration said it would once again raise tariffs on China. Escalating the trade war. President Donald Trump he said tariffs on the $250 billion of imports would raise from 25 percent to 30 percent. According to Business Insider, he also raised the remaining $300 billion of imports....

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