Trump Administration Moves Ahead With Chinese Tariffs

Credit: Dennis Muilenburg: Hawaii Air National Guard
China and the U.S. on June 15 formally moved to apply more tariffs on each other, including on aerospace-related products, revving up a trade spat between the world’s largest economies and aviation marketplaces. An initial wave of 25% tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods will take effect...
Michael Bruno

Based in Washington, Michael Bruno is Aviation Week Network’s Executive Editor for Business. He oversees coverage of aviation, aerospace and defense businesses, supply chains and related issues.

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