A red combine harvests golden, ripe wheat near the border of eastern Washington and Oregon just southwest of Walla Walla, Washington, on July 24, 20. From airplanes made by Boeing to apples, cherries and wheat grown by farmers, no other state is more dependent on international trade than Washington. As the tariff disputes escalate, small factories are closing and manufacturing behemoths like Boeing are increasingly worried about access to crucial Asian markets that have helped propel the state’s booming economy. (Jeff Horner/Walla Walla Union-Bulletin)

A red combine harvests golden, ripe wheat near the border of eastern Washington and Oregon just southwest of Walla Walla, Washington, on July 24, 20. From airplanes made by Boeing to apples, cherries and wheat grown by farmers, no other state is more dependent on international trade than Washington. As the tariff disputes escalate, small factories are closing and manufacturing behemoths like Boeing are increasingly worried about access to crucial Asian markets that have helped propel the state’s booming economy. (Jeff Horner/Walla Walla Union-Bulletin)

Tariffs have varying fallout in trade-heavy Washington state

Washington exported more than $70 billion in goods last year, 14 percent of U.S. goods exported to China.

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