The Port of Los Angeles, a hub of California’s international trade economy, could face changes if Donald Trump follows through on his campaign rhetoric. Experts say Donald Trump’s presidency could hurt billions of dollars in California exports.
The Port of Los Angeles, a hub of California’s international trade economy, could face changes if Donald Trump follows through on his campaign rhetoric. Experts say Donald Trump’s presidency could hurt billions of dollars in California exports. Nick Ut Associated Press file
The Port of Los Angeles, a hub of California’s international trade economy, could face changes if Donald Trump follows through on his campaign rhetoric. Experts say Donald Trump’s presidency could hurt billions of dollars in California exports. Nick Ut Associated Press file

Economists say Trump trade policies could hurt California business

November 09, 2016 11:11 AM

UPDATED November 10, 2016 07:32 AM

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