USTR Outlines Procedure for Exempting China Imports from New Tariff
Some of the products on the list of Chinese imports subject to a new 25% tariff from Friday may be exempted from that penalty, the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) Office said Friday, announcing the procedure for applying for such exclusions.
The announcement came hours after the two countries exchanged fire in what China described as the “largest trade war in economic history.”
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