Could Tariffs Put a Damper on Holiday Spending?

 

A new round of tariffs are set to go into effect on Sunday, December 15th on $160 billion worth of Chinese consumer goods. Many of these products are popular holiday items, such as computers, cell phones, clothing and toys.

Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern discuss the impact this could have on the retail industry over the holiday season in the excerpt from Business Casual.

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