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Submission To Fourth Set Of China 301 Tariffs USTR-2019-0004

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IA submitted comments on the fourth list of China 301 tariffs. The submission outlined that while IA has serious concerns about China’s trade practices and supports the U.S. government’s efforts to address them over the last two years, the imposition of new tariffs on key consumer technology products will harm U.S. consumers, cost U.S. jobs, and undermine U.S. technology companies in the fight for global leadership in the digital economy, risking serious collateral damage to the administration’s underly.

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