LAT: In Trump’s trade war with China, L.A. ports are ground zero

June 10, 2019 LoadstarEditorial

The Los Angeles Times writes: “When President Trump unveiled plans to launch a trade war with China early last year, Marisa Bedrosian Kosters, an executive at an Anaheim-based ceramic tile and stone retailer, sprang into action. Like many of the tens of thousands of retailers who move Chinese goods through Southern California’s giant port complex, Bedrosians Tile and Stone turbocharged its imports to get ahead of the threatened tariffs and ...

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