Tariff Drag on U.S. Should Be Much Less Than Expected

posted by Michael Lewis on October 11, 2018

Found in US, categorized in International Trade and Investment

Tags: trade tariff trading partner

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To date, the new tariffs have raised about $4.4B; all of that, and more, has been spent or pledged. The president has boasted of the revenue “windfall” from his tariffs.


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Mike Lewis founded Free Market Inc. (FMI) in 1982 as a full-service economic consulting firm, providing insights and in-depth data analysis primarily for institutional money managers and corporate planning directors.

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