A woman makes communication headsets for the U.S. market at a plant in Tijuana, Mexico, owned by Plantronics, a California company. A tariff on Mexican imports could cause job losses in Mexico and higher prices in the U.S.
A woman makes communication headsets for the U.S. market at a plant in Tijuana, Mexico, owned by Plantronics, a California company. A tariff on Mexican imports could cause job losses in Mexico and higher prices in the U.S. Peggy Peattie San Diego Union-Tribune
A woman makes communication headsets for the U.S. market at a plant in Tijuana, Mexico, owned by Plantronics, a California company. A tariff on Mexican imports could cause job losses in Mexico and higher prices in the U.S. Peggy Peattie San Diego Union-Tribune

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