June 26, 2018
Tariffs are commanding headlines in the U.S. and around the world. Now that the current administration has imposed tariffs on China and many other U.S. trading partners, and those countries have responded with retaliatory tariffs, how will this all affect the manufacturing industry?
According to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, the proposed steel and aluminum tariffs would likely trim a quarter percent from the U.S. gross domestic product over the long run.
As the U.S. and other nations trade threats and financial markets respond, the Manufacturing and Distribution Services Group at Goldin Peiser & Peiser wants to provide you with a closer look at the effect of tariffs on Texas, the U.S. and the rest of the world. To do so, we partnered with Peter Lewin, Ph.D., economics professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, who has shared his insights in our free e-book: “How Will Tariffs Affect the Manufacturing Industry?”
- U.S. Tariff Policy Through the Years
- The Trump Tariffs
- Waivers Will Determine Potential Impact
- Tariffs and Texas
- Are Trade Wars in Our Future?
Please click here to receive a comprehensive and insightful look at the impact tariffs could have on the manufacturing industry. We will continue to monitor quickly changing developments in the months ahead.