By Tara Donaldson

If the talks come up with no deal, 10 percent tariffs on $200 billion worth of U.S.-bound Chinese goods could become 25 percent tariffs. The fear, according to United States Fashion Industry Association (USFIA) president Julia K. Hughes, who spoke on the topic at a Sourcing at Magic seminar Tuesday, is that a failure to agree on a deal could see Trump could opt to put tariffs on all remaining imports from China, drawing apparel, textiles and footwear into the fray, though they’ve so far been largely spared.

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