Editor's Spotlight:US-China trade war heats up

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Global Meat Trading and Processing

10 May 2019

Editor's Spotlight: US-China trade war

USA increases duties on Chinese meat exports

The US Government has raised its existing 10% additional duties on imports of meat and livestock sector products from China to 25%, citing a lack of progress on ongoing trade talks between the worlds two largest national economies. Read more

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