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Will Trump Really Slap Tariffs On $60 Billion Worth Of Chinese Products?

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President Trump wants to slap new tariffs on $60 billion worth of Chinese goods.

That's double the amount recommended by his advisers.

It's part of an investigation into China's alleged theft of US intellectual property. The direct economic effects may be limited.

However, the move signals rising trade tensions with China.

These tariffs could be announced by the end of the week..

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