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Survey Says Tariffs on France Could Boost US-Made Goods

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The Trump administration’s 100 percent tit-for-tat tariffs on up to $2.4 billion of popular French goods could bolster U.S.-made products. Eighty-four percent of American consumers would consider switching to similar U.S.-made products, even if they are considered lower quality, in the wake of new tariffs on French goods, according to a survey by Intelligence Node. That…

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