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U.S. firms say China tariffs will raise costs, see few sourcing alternatives

Reuters India Monday, 17 June 2019
A wide range of U.S. companies told a hearing in Washington on Monday that they have few alternatives other than China for producing clothing, electronics and other consumer goods as the Trump administration prepares new tariffs on remaining U.S.-China trade.
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