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The Ford Focus Active, a small crossover car currently sold in Europe, was slated to begin production in China for the U.S. market. Ford canceled those plans, citing tariffs imposed by the Trump administration. Ford Motor Company hide caption

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Rockland Industries employs about 240 people, including Kim Fisk (left) and Mitchell Sapp, who work at the textile company's manufacturing plant in Bamberg, S.C. Courtesy of Rockland Industries hide caption

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Andrea Conyers and her daughter Aviana, 7, went back-to-school shopping in Hinesville, Ga., earlier this month. Charlotte Norsworthy/NPR hide caption

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What's In Your Shopping Cart? A Battleground For Global Trade

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The Trump administration has imposed tariffs on hundreds of products. China, Canada, Mexico and the European Union have retaliated. We'd love to hear about how the tariffs are affecting your business, your work, your shopping habits or your life. Elly Walton/Getty Images/Ikon Images hide caption

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Eve Clark, 10, and Maggie Berry, 17, help with chores at Vision Aire Farms. They are seen in the barn, adjacent to the milking parlor. Coburn Dukehart/Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism hide caption

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For Wisconsin's Dairy Farmers, Tariffs Could Reshape The Race For The Senate

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Deb Eisenhawer assembles a switch for a washing machine at a Whirlpool plant in Clyde, Ohio. The company's CEO says steel costs have reached "unexplainable levels." Aaron Josefczyk/Reuters hide caption

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From Mills To Manufacturers, Steel Tariffs Produce Winners And Losers

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Containers are transferred at a port in Qingdao in China's eastern Shandong province on July 6. China has announced a plan to impose more tariffs on U.S. goods, in response to escalating trade threats from the Trump administration. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Trump administration threatened to raise proposed tariffs on Chinese imports from 10 percent to 25 percent, escalating U.S. trade tensions with Beijing. Brian Snyder/Reuters hide caption

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Trump Administration Threatens Even Higher Tariffs On China

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Steve Tramell is mayor of West Point, Ga., home to a Kia auto plant that employs thousands. He's worried about the potential impacts that proposed import tariffs on auto parts and cars would have on his town. Johnny Kauffman /WABE hide caption

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Trump's Proposed Auto Tariffs Threaten Kia Plant In Georgia

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White House chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow speaks during a meeting between President Donald Trump and governors and lawmakers at the White House in April 2018. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Young hogs are seen at a farm in Farmville, N.C. From farmers to meat-storage facilities, to auto parts manufacturers, the impact of tariffs is spreading. Gerry Broome/AP hide caption

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Tariffs Are Having A Chilling Effect On More U.S. Businesses

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Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell faced questions before the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday about the effects of President Trump's trade policies. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker (from left), Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and European Council President Donald Tusk conclude their news conference at the Japan-EU summit on Tuesday in Tokyo. Koji Sasahara/AP hide caption

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China's Ministry of Commerce is pursuing legal remedy against the U.S. over new tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports. Here, a container ship is unloaded at the Port of Oakland in California last week after completing a voyage from China. Ben Margot/AP hide caption

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An LG washing machine plant in Clarksville, Tenn., seen under construction in January, is expected to bring 600 jobs. David Lawder/Reuters hide caption

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Trade War With China Heats Up, But Tariff Effects Are Already Rippling Across U.S.

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Shipping containers sit on a Hong Kong-based container ship at the Port of Oakland in California last month. The cost of the tariffs is likely to ripple through the global supply chains that make up much of the trade between the U.S. and China. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Aims Tariffs At Chinese Companies, But Other Firms Will Also Feel The Pain

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Amir Peay recently opened a distillery in Lexington, Ky., at the site of the James E. Pepper distillery. About 10 percent of his revenues come from exports, and Peay worries that the European Union's tariffs will hurt his overseas business. John Ydstie/NPR hide caption

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Caught In Tariff War, U.S. Distillers Fear Losing Out On Global Whiskey Boom

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