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More than 300 US executives are flocking to Washington to testify against Trump's next round of China tariffs

Business Insider Monday, 17 June 2019
More than 300 US executives are flocking to Washington to testify against Trump's next round of China tariffs· *Representatives from more than 300 companies are scheduled to testify on the Trump administration's proposed China tariffs as part of a week of public hearings.*
· *Many are planning to warn that the 25% tariffs on roughly $300 billion Chinese imports would act as a tax on Americans and threaten jobs at home.*

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