NEW YORK/HONG KONG -- If U.S. President Donald Trump goes ahead with the last remaining batch of tariffs, some $160 billion worth of consumer goods imported from China will be subject to an additional 15% levy. It is a big "if," as Trump has plenty of reasons to avoid pulling the trigger. But the consequences if he does could be even bigger.
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What will the 15% levy mean for the US, China and markets?