Supplier Bottlenecks Reflect Strong Growth, Not Trade Panic

posted by Michael Lewis on July 09, 2018

Found in China, Europe, US, categorized in International Trade and Investment

Tags: tariff trade war

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That said, there is more to come, e.g., China added new retaliatory tariffs last week, Trump will respond in kind. The collective drag will grow but will remain modest as a share of the U.S. economy. There will be a greater impact on trading partners.


FMI’s commentary on supplier delivery bottlenecks and potential distortions from new tariffs.

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