Despite Reprieve, New Tariffs Will Hit Wide Range of Consumer Goods
President Trump may have delayed tariffs on some Chinese goods to spare holiday shoppers, but consumers are likely to feel the pinch anyway, economists say.
, Navarro kept telling
to "look at the data" for evidence that tariffs were not affecting U.S. prices. Has Navarro himself looked at the data?
Chad P. Bown
All told, 69% of consumer goods from China will be subject to Trump’s tariffs starting Sept. 1 — up from 29% currently. By
All told, 69% of consumer goods from China will be subject to tariffs starting September 1—up from 29% currently, according to
One factor in determining which tariffs the US would postpone appears to have been the availability of alternatives to Chinese imports, according to the Journal analysis