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Trump says tariffs making companies leave China, a deal can't be '50-50'

20 May 2019

WASHINGTON U.S. President Donald Trump said his tariffs on Chinese goods are causing companies to move production out of China to Vietnam and other countries in Asia, and added that any agreement with China cannot be a "50-50" deal. | Video

Trump says tariffs making companies leave China, a deal can't be '50-50'

20 May 2019

WASHINGTON U.S. President Donald Trump said his tariffs on Chinese goods are causing companies to move production out of China to Vietnam and other countries in Asia, and added that any agreement with China cannot be a "50-50" deal. | Video

Schumer asks government to probe rail tech from China

20 May 2019

WASHINGTON U.S. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is asking the federal government to investigate if a plan for new subway cars in New York City, designed by a Chinese state-owned firm, could pose a threat to national security.

Walmart bets big on attracting workforce with new HQ campus

17 May 2019

WASHINGTON New corporate headquarters are springing up across the United States.

Walmart says higher China tariffs will increase prices for U.S. shoppers

17 May 2019

Walmart Inc said on Thursday that prices for shoppers will rise due to higher tariffs on goods from China as the world's largest retailer reported its best comparable sales growth for the first quarter in nine years. | Video

Walmart fights back against Amazon with one-day shipping in some U.S. markets

14 May 2019

WASHINGTON Walmart Inc is stepping up its battle with Amazon.com Inc by offering one-day delivery without a shipping fee, weeks after Amazon announced a similar offer - a move that will intensify the race to deliver orders to shoppers faster.

RPT-Sticker shock from Trump's new trade tariffs months away

10 May 2019

May 9 It may take three or four months for American shoppers to feel the pinch from President Donald Trump's latest round of tariff increases, but retailers will have little choice but to raise prices on a wide range of goods to cover the rising cost of imports before too long, according to economists and industry consultants.

Sticker shock from Trump's new trade tariffs months away

10 May 2019

It may take three or four months for American shoppers to feel the pinch from President Donald Trump's latest round of tariff increases, but retailers will have little choice but to raise prices on a wide range of goods to cover the rising cost of imports before too long, according to economists and industry consultants.

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