Workers makes shoes at a factory in Jinjiang, in southeast China's Fujian province. Nearly all shoes sold in the U.S. are foreign-made. China's share has declined, but it's still a major source.
Sotheby's says its board has accepted a purchase offer from telecom billionaire Patrick Drahi. Here, the auction house's headquarters are seen on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
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Workers produce vehicles at Volkswagen's U.S. plant in Chattanooga, Tenn. Some 1,600 workers have narrowly voted against unionizing the plant, the second time an effort to unionize the plant has failed in recent years.
Walmart is among the more than 600 companies and trade associations that signed a letter warning the president of the broader impacts of his proposed tariffs.
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Two white steel pulleys are part of a $16 million ride going up in eastern China's newest military-themed amusement park, Sun Tzu Cultural Park. They'll be shipped to the Qingdao port southeast of Beijing, where customers will have to pay a newly imposed tariff. Since last fall, Beijing has hiked the duty on U.S.-made amusement rides twice.
Cargo trucks pass the secondary fence that divides the United States and Mexico in Otay Mesa, Calif., on May 31. Vice President Pence held a meeting with Mexican officials on Wednesday over threats to raise tariffs on that country.
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An employee works at a wiring harness and cable assembly manufacturing company in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, that exports to the U.S. in 2017. The auto industry says threatened tariffs would play havoc with supply chains.
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Tourists who have just disembarked from a cruise liner tour Havana on Tuesday. The Trump administration has imposed major new travel restrictions on visits to Cuba by U.S. citizens.
Trucks are seen heading into the United States from Mexico along the Bridge of the Americas in El Paso, Texas, on Tuesday. U.S. industries say President Trump's threatened tariffs on goods from Mexico raised uncertainty just as they were looking forward to a new trade agreement.
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