Lovely discusses US-China trade war in Economist, AP, NYT, Wash Post
"We’ve never seen anything like this," Mary Lovely told the Associated Press. Lovely recently spoke with multiple news outlets about the trade war between the U.S. and China.
Associated Press: "Trump jabbed first, and now world hits back in trade fight"
CNBC: "Trump administration's new tariffs hit US consumers less"
The Economist: "A full-blown trade war between America and China looks likely" Yang Liang, a PhD candidate in economics at Maxwell, was also cited in this article.
Financial Times: "US consumers poised for impact of Trump’s China tariffs"
New York Times: "What a Trade War With China Looks Like on the Front Lines"
Washington Post: "Trump’s China crackdown enjoys wide support. Here’s why that could be a problem for him."
NPR's Here and Now: "As Tariffs Target Manufacturing, China's Services Sector Surges"
Marketplace: "Your new tariff questions, answered"
Michigan Radio: "Economists: Looming trade wars will hurt workers in US and Canada"
Minnesota Public Radio: "What do new tariffs mean for American businesses and consumers?"
Bloomberg (podcast): "Surveillance: Immigration is the American Dream, Gutierrez Says"