Do you find it hard to resist a good, sweet chocolate-covered toffee bar or an ice cream sundae topped with double-fudge caramel sauce and candy bits?
If you do, you’re not alone. And you also aren’t alone in not knowing that Americans pay two to three times more for sugar than do consumers in most other countries.
As the Trump Administration’s battles with our major trading partners grind on, Americans can be forgiven for believing the United States has no major trade or investment barriers that distort our market, raise prices for consumers, or otherwise make it hard for foreign firms wishing to access our market.
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