U.S and China tariffs uncertainty cause a struggle for local farmers and manufacturers

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By Terry Kovarik


Local farmers and manufacturers are struggling to understand the uncertainty of trade friction between the U.S. and China. The stock market lost nearly 800-points Tuesday after investors realized that tariffs already levied would remain in place. Jim Schuessler, Executive Director of the Door County Economic Development Corporation, says that leaves local business owners and farmers uncertain about how they should plan.



Schuessler says some dairy products producers have seen their stock prices drop to some previously unseen levels.

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