Products with tariffs in the trade war

Jul 11, 2018

The trade war started in January of this year when the administration imposed tariffs on 18 solar panel and washing machine products. Then the United States imposed more, and countries returned the favor on U.S. products, which ballooned the product count to 10,000. Keith Collins and Jasmine C. Lee for The New York Times chronicled the shifts with force-directed bubbles.

So many bubbles. Maybe we should just get it over with and impose tariffs on all the things now.


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