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Retailers struggle with Trump's tariff changes

The Trump administration's changing trade stance with China has US retailers and brands spending time trying to keep up with the changes and reconfigure their supply chains instead of working to grow their businesses. "Retailers want to get back to competing and driving customers to their stores. Retailers want to be investing to become better retailers, not moving around their supply chain that is subject to a presidential tweet," said David French, NRF's senior vice president of government relations. The Associated Press (8/14)

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