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Trade showdown

More than 2 million jobs could be at risk if China’s tariffs are implemented

by Jana Kasperkevic Apr 6, 2018
The jobs at risk are mostly based in counties that voted for Trump.
This picture taken on March 22, 2018 shows a Chinese flag fluttering in front of the Shanghai Gaoqiao Company Refinery in Shanghai.
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Trade showdown

Tariff jitters are rippling through the ag economy

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Apr 5, 2018
Besides causing "extreme nervousness," the Ozark Mountain Poultry CEO says the tariff threats haven't impacted the market yet.
A potential trade war has implications for the poultry industry.
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Trade showdown

In Shanghai, few worry over U.S-China trade spat

by Jennifer Pak Apr 5, 2018
"In China's history, we’ve faced more serious problems than this,” one man says.
Roy Ma and his family consume American fruits and nuts but he says the latest China tariffs on these products will not have a huge impact on his life. He is worried about what other tariffs will be imposed as the trade friction escalates.
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Trade showdown

What does a trade war mean for the U.S. economy?

by Andy Uhler, Kimberly Adams, Scott Tong, and Tracey Samuelson Apr 4, 2018
Let's break down how it will affect the country's GDP, jobs or even agriculture.
A Chinese worker looks on as a cargo ship is loaded at a port in Qingdao in eastern China's Shandong province in July.
Trade showdown

China's threatened tariffs on pork are hurting American hog farmers

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Apr 4, 2018
"I think the psychology has negatively impacted the hog market," one Illinois farmer says.
Hog farmers like to “market everything but the squeal,” Bran Duncan says.
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Trade showdown

What China's tariff retaliation means for apple growers

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Apr 4, 2018
Patrick Smith of Loftus Ranches says trade wars disproportionately impact U.S. farmers.
Mark Morrell picks over his Jona Gold apples at Walters' Fruit Ranch in 2006 in Green Bluff, Washington.
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Trade showdown

Your trade war questions, answered

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer, Jed Kim, Renata Sago, Marielle Segarra, Danielle Chiriguayo, Jana Kasperkevic, and Aaron Schrank Apr 4, 2018
Let's do some tariff talk.
US President Donald Trump signs Section 232 Proclamations on Steel and Aluminum Imports in the Oval Office of the White House on March 8, 2018, in Washington, DC.
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Trade showdown

Tech woes, worsening tensions with China sink U.S. stocks

by Associated Press Apr 2, 2018
Formerly high-flying technology companies like Microsoft and Alphabet fell.
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Trade showdown

China raises tariffs on U.S. pork, fruit in trade dispute

by Associated Press Apr 2, 2018
The tariffs will hit a total of $3 billion worth of U.S. goods.
A shopper chooses granny smith apples at a supermarket in Beijing, China. 
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Trade showdown

China's carrot and stick approach to U.S. tariffs

by Jennifer Pak Mar 26, 2018
The U.S. has accused the country of forcing American firms to transfer technology to gain access to its markets.
President Donald Trump has announced tariffs on as much as $60 billion worth of Chinese products. Above, a worker stands on a dock in Shanghai.
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