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Some Chinese Imports Will Be Cheaper for U.S. Businesses in Spite of This Week’s Tariff News. Here’s Why.

The U.S. moved forward this week with its threat to place tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports. The tariffs will kick in this Monday and increase duties by 10 percent on more than 5,700 items, a massive list that ranges from frozen beef to handbags to advanced manufacturing components. But for impacted businesses, … Continue Reading

Uncertain About Tariffs on Chinese Products? Here’s the Updated List

The United States Trade Representative (USTR) Office has confirmed that tomorrow – Friday, July 6 – remains the date that U.S. Customs and Border Protection will start collecting Section 301 tariffs on more than 800 items imported from China. Whether your business is automotive, chemicals, textiles, consumer products, or other products, you may be adversely impacted. … Continue Reading
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