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American Businesses Paid 54 Percent More in Trump Administration Tariffs in September

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The Trump administration’s actions on trade have already proved substantially costly to American companies. In September alone, U.S. businesses paid $4.4 billion in tariffs just on imported goods—and that’s up 54 percent over September 2017, according to a Tariff Tracker produced by industry coalition Tariffs Hurt the Heartland. And exports are dwindling as companies look…

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