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Target, Walmart amoung 600 companies asking President Trump to end trade war with China

CBS News Saturday, 15 June 2019
Walmart and Target are among 600 companies that sent President Trump a letter this week asking him to end the U.S-China trade war. They worry higher prices on Chinese goods will hurt profits, but as Janet Shamlian reports, others say tariffs are actually good for business.
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News video: China's May industrial output growth cools to 17-yr low as trade war bites

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China's industrial output growth unexpectedly slowed to a more than 17-year low in May in the latest sign of weakening demand as the US ramps up trade pressure. David Pollard reports.

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