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Mago Sosa 5h
Let's not forget that this was Trump's doing in the first place!
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New Dem Coalition Feb 5
Tariffs on key components mean higher technology prices, making it harder for businesses to compete in the digital economy. Consumers will see increased cost of internet access and cell service as technology sector is unable to invest in infrastructure.
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American Chemistry Feb 7
Tariffs imposed as a result of the administration's are raising prices for everyday staples & other goods. Costs that can't be absorbed by companies will be passed on to consumers, where many household items like shampoo already face 10% tariffs.
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Mike Clauser @ ADI 7h
! And stoked to finally join ! Looking forward to working with , , the whole team on , , and .
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QtyResoSyst Jan 31
Honestly, all pride aside, what does your company need to improve in weak areas? Leadership Commitment? Engagement? Company Culture? Let's talk!
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Melanie Scott 1h
Replying to @NBCNews
Consumers paying twice for Trump's tariffs
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American Petroleum Institute Jan 28
"...tariffs aren’t just hurting companies — they’re bad news for regular Americans, who ultimately pay the increased metal costs in the form of higher energy prices." via
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Tariffs Hurt the Heartland 8h
ICYMI: Recently, Michael Rinzler, owner of , joined a bipartisan group on Capitol Hill to discuss how his business & the toy industry & how if a deal isn't reached by March 1st, American businesses like his could suffer.
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Jon Gold 14h
ICYMI: WaPo Fact Checker: THH Data Debunks President's Claim China is Paying
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Natalia Sharova Feb 6
at the press conference says there was no national security reason to impose Section 232 tariffs and quotas and they should have been lifted yesterday.
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American Chemistry Feb 8
Tariffs raise the price of critical inputs & hurt American companies’ bottom line. Thanks to the administration's , duties on steel and aluminum alone cost U.S. companies $545 million in September 2018.
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NFImedia Jan 24
“Almost all tariffs benefit a narrow group at the expense of a broad one, have unanticipated effects beyond their original focus areas, and take more time to repeal than to implement (perpetuating their negative effects)" -report launched at the in Davos.
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Christin Fernandez Feb 6
Packed house here in Dirksen to hear why on American families. New Trade Partnership study estimates tariffs cost average American family $2300.
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Amy Merk Goudar Jan 13
Trade is built on relationships, and by driving up costs and shrinking markets. We need to keep trade between our like 🇨🇦 ⁦⁩ ⁦
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AIADA Jan 27
Toyota’s Bob Carter understands that “We are doing everything we can to stand up for our consumers and reject the notion that our hardworking team members are somehow a national security threat.”
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Freedom Partners Jan 28
NEW report states "tariffs are taxes levied on imported goods & therefore raise prices on imports the same way that a sales tax raises the price consumers & businesses pay for goods & services." Time to end the trade war!
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Farmers for Free Trade Feb 6
Indiana soy farmer Brent Bible also had a chance to speak with during today’s fly-in about the impact of tariffs on his farm.
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Christin Fernandez Feb 6
On tariffs says: “on Amtrak they say if you see something, say something and we’re seeing something we don’t like.”
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David G. French Feb 5
Odd that is talking about jobs in the context of his dangerous tariff/tax hike strategy. Studies show we lose many times the jobs that these policies create.
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Trade Partnership Feb 5
From : "Since the start of the trade war, exports faced $40 million in tariffs from trading partners responding to the U.S’s trade policy. In October, Oregon subject to those tariffs dropped by 16%.”
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