WASHINGTON, D.C. (WNAX) – South Dakota ag producers are not alone in feeling the pain from increased tariffs on Chinese products as the trade war intensifies.
Senator Mike Rounds says he is hearing from many manufacturing businesses in the state.
Rounds says it is hitting the bottom line for many of those businesses.
Rounds says they hope talks between the U.S. and China resume soon.
Trade talks in Washington ended last week with no agreement. Talks are set to resume in China at some point, possibly next month.