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Trump's Tariff Delay on China Eases Christmas Worries, Sends Markets Higher

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The Washington Times cites Senior Fellow Ryan Young on tariffs:

Ryan Young, a senior fellow at the free market Competitive Enterprise Institute, said the move to delay some levies amounts to a “tacit admission that consumers pay for tariffs, not Chinese producers.”

“The administration has been saying otherwise, but it is good to see that they do not believe their own words,” he said. “Tariffs do not work. It is time to scrap them in favor of more effective policies.”

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