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Companies in furious bid to prevent new China tariffs as summit looms

June 17, 2019, Washington Post

John Veroneau is quoted in the Washington Post regarding the President’s plan to impose tariffs on virtually all products from China and its impact on U.S. companies and customers. Mr. Veroneau says, “Companies have tried to shield customers from tariff increases, but that will no longer be possible. To the extent possible, companies are working hard to diversify supply chains, but it’s easier said than done.”

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