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President Trump's latest tariffs on imports from China could make smartphones and computers more expensive, but the White House doesn't think so

Business Insider Friday, 2 August 2019
President Trump's latest tariffs on imports from China could make smartphones and computers more expensive, but the White House doesn't think so· Consumer electronics like smartphones and computers could become more expensive when Trump's new 10% tariff on imports from China announced on August 1 are implemented on September 1. 
· The White House believes that China would bear the burden of the tariffs, not the US consumer. 
· However, some evidence contradicts...
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