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Business News: Business execs voice worries about the impact of tariffs

An array of business executives are expressing alarm to federal lawmakers Thursday about the impact that tariffs will have on their business. Kevin Kennedy, president of a steel fabrication business in Texas, says tariffs on steel and aluminum imports have led U.S. steel producers to raise their prices by 40 percent. He says that's shifting…


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Posted: 2018-04-12 15:47:00

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