By Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser
Hearings before the U.S. Trade Representative continued today as businesses spoke on the impact their industries will face if the next batch of Chinese tariffs are put into place by the White House. Called the Section 301 tariffs, the 25 percent taxes are aimed at another $200 billion worth of Chinese imports. On the list this time: apparel, handbags, backpacks — enough items to have the American fashion industry very concerned. Julia Hughes, the president of the United States Fashion Industry Association, testifies tomorrow. She spoke with Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal.