Lovely speaks with BBC, NPR, NYT, Guardian about US-China trade war
"The bigger problem I think, is that for individual businesses and individual workers who are specifically hit by the tariffs, this is going to have a significant effect," Mary Lovely told the BBC, adding, "And of course we'll want to look ahead to the long run impact which I think will be something that we will feel for years to come." Lovely spoke with multiple news outlets about the U.S. tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese imports that went into effect Friday.
BBC: "China and US Introduce New Tariffs"
The Guardian: "China retaliates with tariffs after US begins trade war." Yang Liang, a PhD candidate in economics at Maxwell, is also cited in this article.
NPR: "Trump Aims Tariffs At Chinese Companies, But Other Firms Will Also Feel The Pain" and "China Says U.S. Has Begun 'Largest Trade War' In History, Retaliates With Tariffs"
New York Times: "Trump’s Trade War Against China Is Officially Underway." Yang Liang, a PhD candidate in economics at Maxwell, is also cited in this article.
South China Morning Post: "China hits retaliation button, launching tariffs as trade war with US starts"