Looming Trade War with China
On Monday, China retaliated against President Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs with a few of their own.
The Chinese government put in place a 25 percent tariff on pork products and a 15 percent tariff on agricultural products such as fruit and wine. After the White House announced more tariffs, China responded with proposed tariffs on U.S. imports in 106 categories including soybeans, a multi-billion dollar industry in Ohio.
Join us today as we discuss the trade tensions between the US and China and what that could mean for Ohio residents.
- Paul Wiseman, economics writer at the Associated Press
- Oded Shenkar, Ford Motor Company Chair in Global Business Management at OSU’s Fisher College of Business, author of “Navigating Global Business: A Cultural Compass"
- Joe Cornely, spokesman for Ohio Farm Bureau
- Phil Levy, senior fellow on the global economy at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs