President Trump’s trade war has produced a logistical nightmare for American importers at Southern California ports.
Marisa Bedrosian Kosters, an executive at an Anaheim, Calif.-based ceramic tile and stone retailer, like any other retailer when they heard trade war last year, pulled demand forward by ordering additional product to get ahead of the tariffs and other duties, reported The Gazette.
But when her new tiles, packed into 40-foot containers, from central Guangdong Province, China, reached the Port of Long Beach,
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