The last time Mary Buchzeiger was in Washington, D.C., she was a 13-year-old on an eighth-grade trip. This week, as the head of a small company that supplies parts to automakers, she joined other business leaders in the nation's capital to talk about President Trump's proposed tariffs aimed at China. "I'm not a political person," she says as sips coffee in a cafe a couple of blocks from the U.S. Capitol. But she says she fears the tariffs could destroy her company. During hearings before trade officials, leaders of U.S. companies, large and small, voiced both concern and support for the president's strategy. Buchzeiger pleaded her case, hoping to save her company. She owns and runs a business founded by her father, Lucerne International in Auburn...
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Small Business Owner Fears U.S.-China Trade War Will Destroy Her Company