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APA 5h
Yes, and this holiday could fizzle if the US-China trade war blows up via
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AAFA 2h
Today – AAFA members Ascena Retail Group, , and Fisher Footwear explain their stories on why America.
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National Retail Federation 43m
ICYMI: spoke with on why taxing American businesses and consumers is the wrong way to hold China accountable on trade.
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Tariffs Hurt the Heartland 23h
. at today's Senate Finance Committee hearing: "To be clear, American importers and consumers are paying for these tariffs. $22 billion out of the pockets of hardworking Americans is not in our national best interest."
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Hun Quach Jun 17
Did someone call for a lifeline to save Americans from the China 301 import tariffs? Thanks to for bringing a life jacket, which will get slapped with a 25% tariff unless the President reaches a deal with .
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American Chemistry 2h
$26.4 billion: "This would amount to the biggest tax increase that U.S. chemical manufacturers have ever experienced." -- ACC Director of International Trade testifying today on the List 4 . Full testimony here:
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Jon Gold 1h
Very passionate testimony from apparel and footwear executives on the negative impact of the proposed China 301 List 4 . Price increases can't be absorbed, can't quickly shift sourcing, costs will be passed to consumers.
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Activate World 6h
CEO Confidence Plunges On Tariff Fears In June via
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Tariffs Hurt the Heartland Jun 13
NEW: 661 American companies and associations call on administration to avoid tariff escalation & reach a deal with China
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Outdoor Industry 20h
“Additional tariffs significantly raise costs for outdoor companies and consumers, putting jobs and new outdoor gear at risk and impeding the ability of more Americans to enjoy the great outdoors.” Thank you for making the case that to
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AHAM Policy 19h
Tariffs could also raise the price of appliance repairs. Many appliance components, as well as finished appliances, would be subject to increased tariffs under the latest proposal.
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Hun Quach 2h
Say it with me: "TARIFFS ARE TAXES. WE PAY THE TARIFFS."
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Pox On Both Houses Jun 17
ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY, 1930: President Herbert Hoover signed the Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act into law, thus destroying the global economy and marking the beginning of the worst of the Great Depression.
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Tariffs Hurt the Heartland 1h
Even the president’s own supporters are sounding the alarm on : "What was intended to be a negotiation tactic to bring China to the table has turned into a crushing blow to businesses & farmers all over Wisconsin & across the country."
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Christine Pollack 1h
Thank you for submitting the letter at hearing signed by over 660 creators, including & numerous .
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AHAM Policy 23h
Tariffs on home appliances will disrupt Americans’ daily lives. Microwave ovens, refrigerators, room air conditioners, coffeemakers, dehumidifiers and electric fans are just some of the appliances that would be affected by the latest proposed round of tariffs.
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AHAM Policy 22h
Price is a key factor when consumers buy appliances. New tariffs will likely result in higher prices, which could make appliances unaffordable for many families.
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Jon Gold Jun 18
Rubio and Scott stand with Trump on China trade war. Florida businesses aren’t happy.
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RILA 23h
. will testify before this Friday to share retailers' perspective on (🚨 spoiler alert: ). Read her full submitted written comments here:
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AHAM Policy Jun 18
While the home appliance industry recognizes the importance of trade agreements and enforcement of trade violations, overall, adherence to free trade principles is in everyone's best interest.
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Tariffs Hurt the Heartland 20h
"This year’s holiday season could be tighter for many Americans if the US government imposes on another $300 billion worth of Chinese imports—because that will include tech products, game consoles, toys, cribs, ornaments & Santa hats"
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