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How “non-tariff” escalation of U.S.-China trade war could threaten housing market

HousingWire Monday, 7 October 2019
As things heat up in Washington with talk of escalating the U.S.-China trade war using “non-tariff” measures, keep in mind: China is the biggest foreign owner of Uncle Sam’s debt and the biggest buyer of American mortgage bonds.
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News video: Fitbit Announces Plans to Move Production Out of China

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Fitbit has had enough of the fallout from the trade war between the U.S. and China and as a result will move manufacturing operations outside of China for all of its trackers and smartwatches. Starting in January 2020, the products will no longer be of Chinese origin, and therefore not subject to...

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