A roundup of articles on the potential negative effects of the US and Chinese tariffs on American businesses and workers.
Winemakers who sell to China will be hurt. China is the fifth biggest market for exported wines.
The tariffs will raise prices for consumers who depend on the big-box stores for cheap goods. According to the column, “You think we have anger and resentment now in parts of the country where the factories have shuttered and the banks are closing and families are coming unglued? Try raising prices on imported toys and cellphones and barbecues, just enough so that American families living on the edge of solvency can’t make the numbers work anymore.”