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Retailers that stock their stores with Chinese-made goods won't see an immediate impact from the tariffs on China announced Friday.

Retailers expressed concerns over the White House announcement to move forward on implementing $50 billion tariffs on goods imported from China.  On Tuesday, the White House said the administration would proceed with its proposal to impose 25% tariffs on $50 billion worth of goods from

Retailers are making sure that the president and other policy-makers get a lesson on the economic impacts of tariffs.

Proposed tariffs on Chinese goods would destroy U.S. jobs, disrupt supply chains and increase prices for U.S. consumers during the upcoming back-to-school and holiday seasons. 

Retailers would lose nearly $16 billion if the United States exits the North American Free Trade Agreement.

The Retail Industry Leaders Association has hired a director of regulatory affairs and compliance. 

The Trump administration’s proposed tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese imports would reduce U.S. gross domestic product by nearly $3 billion and destroy 134,000 American jobs, according to a new study.

As the Supreme Court hears oral arguments in South Dakota v. Wayfair, the Retail Industry Leaders Association penned an op-ed in The Hill outlining why the case is so important to retailers.

The food retail industry feeds more than just families – it sustains SNAP as a respectful steward of the government program.

President Trump has renewed his attacks on Amazon, suggesting he might try to weaken the e-commerce giant's business.

Leaders from major U.S. retailers traveled to Washington on Wednesday to talk to President Trump about tax reform, deregulation and tariffs on Chinese imports. 

Imports at retail container ports are expected to grow 5.8% this month but could be threatened if the trade war between the United States and China continues to escalate, retailers say.

U.S. retailers are warning that tariffs proposed by President Trump on Chinese imports would raise prices for American consumers on many products.

Retailers are urging President Trump not to impose new tariffs against China, saying they represent a $50 billion tax on American consumers.

Walmart, Target, Macy’s and several other retailers are urging President Trump not to impose massive tariffs on goods imported from China.

Retail executives are urging Congress to amend data breach notification legislation so that appropriate data security standards are set and no industries that handle sensitive data are exempt.

The Agriculture Department has begun talking with food retailers about their potential role in a proposal to replace some food-stamp allocations with prepackaged boxes of groceries.

The Trump administration is proposing to replace nearly half of poor Americans' monthly cash benefits with a box of food. 

The Consumer Specialty Products Association has a new name that spotlights the trade group's work on behalf of CPG manufacturers and distributors.

The National Retail Federation is applauding the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to weigh in on whether online sellers should collect sales tax the same as local stores but also urged Congress to address the issue through federal legislation.

A small grocery chain in the Northeast is starting what could become a fast-growing trend across the retail industry.

Congress is weighing legislation that would double the budget for the USDA’s oversight of the organic industry. According to The Washington Post, the legislation increases the budget for the USDA's organic program to $24 million over the next five years. It also calls for the modernizati

The National Retail Federation urged the House and Senate to approve a final version of tax reform legislation, saying the measure will boost the nation’s economy and make the United States more competitive in the global economy.

NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay says the meaningful, permanent tax reform in Congress is very good news for retailers.

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