Solar jobs slip for the second year in a row, says The Solar Foundation annual report.

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Since Trump tariffs, solar jobs have atrophied | Ars Technica
Solar jobs slip for the second year in a row, says The Solar Foundation annual report.
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Sherrod Brown: Trump’s new NAFTA will face strong Dem opposition | TheHill
Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), a likely presidential candidate in 2020 and a leading voice on trade issues, predicted Tuesday that President Trump’s update of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) will stall in Congress.
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Trump Flexible on China Tariff Deadline as He Seeks `Real Deal' - Bloomberg
Would let deadline lapse ‘if we’re close to a deal’ on trade
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Overseas tariffs sour U.S. whiskey exports | Reuters
NEW YORK (Reuters) - American whiskey makers are feeling the pain after their major overseas markets imposed hefty duties on their liquor in retaliation against President Donald Trump’s tariffs on aluminum imports.
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Big Steel, a Tariff Winner, Steps Up Its Spending in Washington - WSJ
Lobbying outlays jumped 20% last year to the highest level in at least two decades
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