US President Donald Trump has resisted calls for tariff cuts that have become increasingly loud as the coronavirus outbreak in the United States caused widespread economic harm. Photo: EPA-EFE US President Donald Trump has resisted calls for tariff cuts that have become increasingly loud as the coronavirus outbreak in the United States caused widespread economic harm. Photo: EPA-EFE
US President Donald Trump has resisted calls for tariff cuts that have become increasingly loud as the coronavirus outbreak in the United States caused widespread economic harm. Photo: EPA-EFE

Coronavirus: US considering three-month import duty delay but Trump administration facing opposition

  • US Customs and Border Protection and other government agencies have discussed suspending tariffs to offset the economic impact of the virus
  • Coalition for a Prosperous America, though, have expressed concern that the move is under consideration

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
US President Donald Trump has resisted calls for tariff cuts that have become increasingly loud as the coronavirus outbreak in the United States caused widespread economic harm. Photo: EPA-EFE US President Donald Trump has resisted calls for tariff cuts that have become increasingly loud as the coronavirus outbreak in the United States caused widespread economic harm. Photo: EPA-EFE
US President Donald Trump has resisted calls for tariff cuts that have become increasingly loud as the coronavirus outbreak in the United States caused widespread economic harm. Photo: EPA-EFE
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