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National Retail Federation CEO says Trump’s tariffs ‘aren’t going to work,’ will raise prices

The National Retail Federation's CEO said the Trump administration's tariffs are hurting American consumers instead of resolving trade issues with China. 

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Levi Strauss CFO says trade war could tarnish American brands around the world

The new 25 percent tariffs in place on American jeans in the European Union and a trade war with China, could spell trouble for Levi Strauss & Co. and other iconic American brands.






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Chinese tariffs put pressure on lobster, bourbon exporters

Distributors of U.S. goods from lobster to bourbon face uncertainty after being hit by retaliatory tariffs from China.






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Starbucks triples US store closures

Faced with slowing comparable sales, the coffee giant is reassessing its U.S. footprint even as it pins a new growth strategy on both the U.S.






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NRF calls latest tariff threat ‘reckless escalation’

The National Retail Federation is asking the U.S. Congress to intervene in the escalating tariff dispute with China.






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Google to invest $550M in JD.com in blow to Amazon, Alibaba

The tech giant follows in the footsteps of Walmart and China's Tencent, becoming the latest player to invest in juggernaut JD.com.






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Chinese tech CEO: A trade war would hurt ‘a lot of American brands’

JD.com Founder Richard Liu said American firms could lose opportunities to sell to a large consumer base in China.






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Walmart to debut high-tech Sam’s Club format

The membership club's latest store goes high-tech and, along with new 'smart stores' in China, shows Walmart's willingness to innovate everywhere.






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P.F. Chang’s heads to China to serve American-style Chinese food

P.F. Chang's heads to China to serve Chinese-American food. The setting: an American bistro.






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A trade war could hurt retail, jobs and opportunity

The looming trade war between the U.S. and China would hurt small business, writes Jack Ma, executive chairman of Alibaba. 






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