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Retaliatory Tariffs Put American Chemical Industry At Risk
Could Lead To Loss Of 55,000 Jobs & $18 Billion In Lost GDP

Chinese Retaliatory Tariffs On U.S. Chemical & Plastics Exports To China Could “Put Nearly 55,000 American Jobs And $18 Billion In Domestic Economic Activity At Risk.” (“An Assessment Of The Impact Of Retaliatory Tariffs On U.S. Chemical Exports To China: Jobs Lost And Economic Harm,” American Chemistry Council, Accessed 9/14/18)

The Value Of Plastic Exports, Now Subject To 25 Percent Retaliatory Tariffs, Was $2 Billion In 2017. (“An Assessment Of The Impact Of Retaliatory Tariffs On U.S. Chemical Exports To China: Jobs Lost And Economic Harm,” American Chemistry Council, Accessed 9/14/18)

The Value Of Chemical & Plastic Exports, Subject To 25 Percent Retaliatory Tariffs Starting In Late September, Was $8.8 Billion In 2017. (“An Assessment Of The Impact Of Retaliatory Tariffs On U.S. Chemical Exports To China: Jobs Lost And Economic Harm,” American Chemistry Council, Accessed 9/14/18)

The Value Of Plastics Imports From China, Now Subject To 25 Percent Tariffs, Was $2.2 Billion In 2017. (“An Assessment Of The Impact Of Retaliatory Tariffs On U.S. Chemical Exports To China: Jobs Lost And Economic Harm,” American Chemistry Council, Accessed 9/14/18)

The Value Of Additional Chemical & Plastic Imports From China, Now Subject To 25 Percent Tariffs, Was $16.4 Billion In 2017. (“An Assessment Of The Impact Of Retaliatory Tariffs On U.S. Chemical Exports To China: Jobs Lost And Economic Harm,” American Chemistry Council, Accessed 9/14/18)

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