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d it is important to take every opportunity to make sure the association’s views on the trade dispute are known.
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“The result will still be increased prices for US consumers, including those least able to afford them,” Lamar said. “We ar
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sse Spector, director of technology policy at the Software & Information Industry Ass
ociation, also highlighted the harm member companies will face if additional tariffs are levied.