The U.S.-China tariff failure of 2019
- October 21, 2021
- Samantha Vortherms, poli sci, SupChina, Oct. 21, 2021 (Audio)
Samantha Vortherms is an assistant professor of political science at the University of California, Irvine, with a research focus on comparative political economy, development, and social welfare. …. “Post-trade war, or in the trade war period, if a U.S. firm has PRC tariffs, they’re exiting at a rate of approximately 11.7%, whereas the non-tariffed, those who don’t have Chinese tariffs, are exiting at a 10.5%. So, there’s a small impact there of Chinese tariffs,” [Vortherms said].
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