NTD Business (July 30): Portland Small Business Owner on Riots Impact

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July 30, 2020NTD Business

U.S. GDP fell a whopping 35 percent in the second quarter, by far the biggest on record. We look at where we go from here.

A 130-year-old restaurant in Portland may be forced to close down after two months of protests and 6 months of lockdowns. We speak with the owner, whose family’s been in the business for three generations.

Kodak is the first business to benefit from U.S.-China decoupling. Emel Akan has details on why they’ve asked a photography company to help.

And renters across the country owe over $20 billion in back rent. We look at what might happen.

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