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Trade War–the Macro–the Micro– and More than Tariffs – or How German Auto Tariffs Might Be Used As a National Security Negotiating Position

“It took some time for investors to finally shake off their complacency and show their discomfort with the reality of higher tariffs. The mid-June headlines indicating the U.S. would impose $50 billion of tariffs on Chinese exports helped end their lethargy. In fact, on July 1st only $34 billion will be implemented and principally on agricultural and industrial machinery. The remainder of the increase—partially on semi-conductors—will be delayed and subject to future hearings. China responded with similar tariff amounts primarily On U.S. agricultural products.”

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Trade War–the Macro–the Micro– and More than Tariffs – or How German Auto Tariffs Might Be Used As a National Security Negotiating Position

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