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Trump Is Serious About Tariffs

Walter Russell Mead

President Trump shocked markets and challenged the Republican consensus last week by announcing new tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. Now the world is wondering how much further he will go. Should corporate executives and investors expect a few high-profile but largely symbolic measures, or should they brace for more trade shocks?

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