Trump’s China tariff makes for a self-serving sound-bite
Taking a closer look at threats by Donald Trump to slap steep tariffs on US imports from China, Robert Antoshak, managing director at Olah Inc, believes they would batter Chinese exporters but not take them out of the market entirely. In fact, he concludes, all the Republican presidential front-runner's plans would do is accelerate the move out of China that is already underway.
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