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Companies Brace for Trump’s China Escalations

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Companies Brace for Trump’s China Escalations

Companies Brace for Trump’s China Escalations

Businesses are implementing strategies to mitigate the cost increases associated with the tariffs imposed by the Trump administration during its ongoing trade war with China, but a protracted fight might be disastrous for the economy as higher prices get passed along to the consumer.

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