More than 300 US executives are flocking to Washington to testify against Trump's next round of China tariffs
Monday, 17 June 2019 · *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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