With the recently announced Phase One trade deal between the United States and China, it’s worth looking back on the effects of the trade war over the past two years. How much have the trade patterns of the US and China changed since the tariffs were first implemented? Will these patterns revert to normal at the close of the trade war, or have US industries permanently lost their Chinese customers? To answer these questions, Lori Ann LaRocco joins me.

Lori Ann LaRocco is the senior editor of guests for CNBC business news. She is also the author of many books, including Thriving in the New Economy, Dynasties of the Sea, Opportunity Knocking, and, most recently, Trade War: Containers Don’t Lie, Navigating the Bluster.

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