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Price tag for tariff waivers at least $80 million: Examiner analysis

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Bayer wants a tariff break worth at least $10 million a year. DuPont wants a similar break for $4.8 million a year. GE, $1.4 million. And Spalding — the sporting goods folks — want at least $1 million. There’s a lot of money at stake in the war over tariff breaks doled out by Congress: At least $80 million a year, according to an analysis of government data by The Washington Examiner....

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