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Mark Holohan, solar division manager at Wilson Electric, stands in his company's warehouse outside Phoenix, Ariz. Solar installers say a proposed tariff could sink their business model, while several solar manufacturers say they need shelter from an oversupply of cheap panels made overseas. Will Stone/KJZZ News hide caption

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In Solar Trade Dispute, Will Proposed Tariffs Cost Industry Jobs?

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Trucks, including an armored car, pass through U.S. customs in 2016 in Laredo, Texas. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Vows 'Big Border Tax' For U.S. Manufacturers That Move Jobs Abroad

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President Trump delivers opening remarks during a meeting with (from left) Wendell Weeks of Corning, Alex Gorsky of Johnson & Johnson, Michael Dell of Dell Technologies and other business leaders in the Roosevelt Room at the White House on Monday. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Trade delegates pose for a photograph after signing the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement in Auckland, New Zealand, earlier this year. The deal is expected to be in the crosshairs of President-elect Donald Trump. David Rowland/AP hide caption

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An international tariff on high-tech goods could be rewritten, thanks to negotiations in China. Here, men use smartphones in Beijing last month, days after Apple released its iPhone 6 in the Chinese market. GREG BAKER/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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