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The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative has launched a product-exclusion process for Section 301 tariffs levied on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods that were raised to 25 percent earlier this month.

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U.S. companies operating in China are reporting increased non-tariff retaliatory measures as Washington and Beijing remain at loggerheads on trade, according to a new survey.

A recently announced additional trade mitigation package for farmers should not “distort planting decisions” and should include “investments in international food aid programs,” Sen. Jerry Moran (R-KS) said on Monday.

Weak growth worldwide is likely to continue into the second quarter of 2019 amid global trade tensions, according to new World Trade Organization projections.

Warning that tariffs on Chinese footwear imports would threaten U.S. manufacturers and burden U.S. taxpayers, dozens of U.S. companies this week delivered a stark appeal to the president: End the “trade war.”

Swiss bank and financial services provider UBS is warning that escalating tariffs could cause widespread store closures and cost billions in sales.