US-China Tariff Dispute Takes a Toll on Some Alaska Seafood Processors, According to Survey
In the long term, tariffs could slow U.S. consumption of seafood because prices could increase.
Seafood processing businesses in Alaska are feeling the hurt from the U.S.-China tariff battle, according to the results of a survey from the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute.
Fourteen Alaska seafood processors responded to the survey, and 65 percent of those reported lost sales due to tariffs in China. Half of respondents reported delays in sales, and 36 percent reported...
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