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Hammering the point

17 September 2018 By Christopher Beddor

The U.S. administration is set to move forward with duties on another $200 bln of imports. Initially, it deftly avoided consumer goods. The expanded list, though, is more policy sledgehammer than scalpel. The pain will be felt by American households and Chinese exporters alike.

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