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A small Minnesota company that sells replacement parts for cars and ATVs filed more than 10,000 requests for exemptions from tariffs on imported Chinese goods

A small Minnesota company that sells replacement parts for cars and ATVs filed more than 10,000 requests for exemptions from tariffs on imported Chinese goods
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The US government has received more than 16,000 requests for exemptions from new tariffs on imported Chinese goods, the majority of which came from one small Minnesota replacement parts company, the Wall Street Journal reports.




President Donald Trump claims that China is paying the price of these tariffs. But companies say in their government appeals that they don't have other options besides Chinese products and these costs threaten their businesses, according to the Journal.




The ongoing trade dispute between the US and China continued to escalate this summer, with increased tariffs on thousands of products.




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A small Minnesota company that sells replacement parts for cars and ATVs has filed the bulk of requests to the US government for exemptions from new tariffs on imported Chinese goods, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal.
The company, Arrowhead Engineered Products Inc., has submitted more than 10,000 exemption asks on each of the various parts it sells, the Journal reports, showing how the tariffs are affecting US businesses.
President Donald Trump has claimed that China is paying the price of these tariffs. But in their appeals to the government's Office of the US Trade Representative, companies say that they don't have other options besides Chinese products and these costs threaten their businesses, according to the Journal.
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