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The virus' economic toll may interfere with China's ability to make promised purchases.
The Wall Street Journal found just 3% of exemption decisions on a recent tariff list were approvals.
The president's threat to impose tariffs on Scotch and Irish whiskies could benefit the little known English variety.
Securing tariff exemption changed day-to-day business at State Bicycle Co.
We look back at the chaos tariffs have inflicted on RM Metals in New Jersey.
The U.S. and China are set to complete phase one of a trade agreement. Here are some of your questions, answered.
The negative effects of tariffs outweigh any protection the manufacturing industry gets, a Federal Reserve report says.
Fiona Houston co-founded Mara Seaweed five years ago. The company is expanding, but tariffs and geopolitics have been concerning.
The Chinese have agreed to purchases of American manufactured products as part of a so-called Phase 1 deal, according to the president's Twitter account.
China was the United States’ biggest customer of soybeans, but the trade war changed that.