CCIA, Business Groups Send Letter To President About Cost Of High China Tariffs

BY Heather Greenfield
February 27, 2019

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association joined other companies and industry groups in an Americans for Free Trade letter to President Trump about U.S. trade with China. Industry supports the Administration’s decision to delay the increase in tariffs and expressed hope for a deal soon that removes remaining tariffs.

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