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How Do Tariffs Work?

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How Do Tariffs Work?

How Do Tariffs Work?

On Monday, China announced a new round of tariffs in retaliation for American tariffs that were put in place last week.

President Donald Trump has argued that China will pay for the new tax on imports, Heather Brown reports (2:12).

WCCO 4 News At 10 – May 13, 2019


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