Portland Press Herald

Wary U.S. Businesses Prepare for Trade War

By Andrew Mayeda, The Washington Post - June 16, 2018

President Trump wants to level the playing field for American companies in the global economy, but his combative stance has unsettled business plans from the Atlantic to the Pacific. From Washington cherry farms to Midwestern chemical plants to New England lobster-trap makers, the risk of global trade war is creating anxiety among executives whose firms rely on foreign markets for revenue or to keep costs down with imported products.

The Boston Globe

Trade Battle Takes Its Toll on Local Manufacturers

By Jon Chesto - June 11, 2018

As world leaders bickered all weekend, people like Jim Knott Jr. grew more worried about simply paying the bills.

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