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Export Stories: Georgia Exporters Across Sectors Aim to Minimize Trade-War Casualties

(Global Atlanta) When Monte Galbraith was providing input on the “new NAFTA,” he simply had one request from the federal government: Don’t disrupt supply chains that have just now settled from the shockwave sent by the initial trade agreement more than 20 years ago. 

A stronger dollar means more expensive American products or services, said John Doyle, vice president for dealing and trading at Tempus. That should moderate this year as the Fed takes a more cautious approach in light of headwinds to global growth, said Mr. Doyle. 

“The dollar will continue to be strong, but probably will get a little reprieve in 2019,” said Mr. Doyle, whose firm sponsored the event as it aims to deepen ties with businesses in Atlanta operating globally. 

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