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Potential Tariffs & Retaliation Could Lead To 400,000 Lost Jobs
Ripple Effect Of Retaliatory Tariffs Could Cost 7,000 Jobs In The Agriculture Industry Alone

Proposed Tariffs Against Trade Partners Would Cost U.S. Up To 400,000 Jobs & $37 Billion In Annual GDP:

The U.S.’s Proposed Tariffs And Retaliation Would Lead To A Net Loss Of 400,445 Jobs, Including Nearly 7,000 In The Ag Industry Alone. (“Policy Brief: Round 3: ‘Trade Discussion’ Or ‘Trade War’?” Trade Partnership Worldwide, 6/5/18)

These Tariffs And Subsequent Retaliation Would Decrease U.S. [Gross Domestic Product] GDP By Around $36.8 Billion Dollars Annually. (“Policy Brief: Round 3: ‘Trade Discussion’ Or ‘Trade War’?” Trade Partnership Worldwide, 6/5/18)

Both U.S. Imports And Exports Would Decline, With 68 Percent Of U.S. Exports In 2017 Going To Countries That Have Already Announced Retaliatory Measures. (“Policy Brief: Round 3: ‘Trade Discussion’ Or ‘Trade War’?” Trade Partnership Worldwide, 6/5/18)

Sixteen Jobs, In Sectors Including Agriculture, Would Be Lost For Every One Steel And Aluminum Job Gained. (“Policy Brief: Round 3: ‘Trade Discussion’ Or ‘Trade War’?” Trade Partnership Worldwide, 6/5/18)

Every State Would Experience A Net Loss Of Jobs, Including Agriculture States Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania And Wisconsin. (“Policy Brief: Round 3: ‘Trade Discussion’ Or ‘Trade War’?” Trade Partnership Worldwide, 6/5/18)

More Than Two-Thirds Of Lost Jobs Would Affect Workers In Production And Low-Skill Jobs. (“Policy Brief: Round 3: ‘Trade Discussion’ Or ‘Trade War’?” Trade Partnership Worldwide, 6/5/18)

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