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https://www.cnbc.com/2019(...)-trumps-tariffs.htmlquote:Who really loses — the US or China?
How all parties along the supply chain are affected forms just one part of the overall economic cost of tariffs. Economists also take into account how the changes in prices and sales volume affect the behavior of consumers and companies in the long run. That’s ultimately more important for economic growth.
Generally, economists predicted that the Chinese economy — instead of the U.S. — will experience a larger hit from Trump’s tariffs. That’s partly because the American economy is on better footing, and over the longer term, China may have more to lose because of its larger reliance on exports.
Research firm Oxford Economics said in a May report that, if the U.S. and China impose elevated tariffs on all goods they trade, the American economy in 2020 is estimated to grow by 0.5 percentage points less than a no-tariff scenario. Meanwhile, China’s economic setback is expected to be 1.3 percentage points, the report said.