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Walmart Says US-China Trade War Will Lead to Higher Prices

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Walmart Says US-China Trade War Will Lead to Higher Prices

Walmart Says US-China Trade War Will Lead to Higher Prices

Walmart says US-China trade war will lead to higher prices.

The news comes after the Trump administration raised tariffs last week to 25%.

According to Fortune, the administration says another round of tariffs worth 25% will be implemented soon. 

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