Business & economy

Oregon’s ag industry ‘caught in the crossfire’ of U.S. trade war with China

Hazelnuts are just one Oregon export impacted by increased tariffs from a trade war with China. (Oregon Department of Agriculture Flickr)

As the U.S. and China go tit-for-tat in an escalating trade war started by President Donald Trump, Oregon companies are caught in the fray.

Farmers who could previously depend on China to buy their products are left looking elsewhere for buyers as other countries . . .

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