• Trump tariffs crush U.S. pig farmers

    3 monthes ago - By Politico

    This story is part of an ongoing series on U.S.-China relations produced jointly by the South China Morning Post and POLITICO, with reporting from Asia and the United States. China would normally be able to satisfy its consumer demand for pork, even before the epidemic of African swine fever has cut the nation's pig population in half. Farmers in the United States would, normally, step in to help fill the gap. But in retaliation to the tariffs placed on Chinese imports by President Donald Trump, pork going to China from the U.S. now faces a 62 percent levy, essentially making American...
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  • Explainer: Who pays Trump's tariffs, China or U.S. customers and companies?

    Explainer: Who pays Trump's tariffs, China or U.S. customers and companies?

    3 monthes ago - By Reuters

    U.S. President Donald Trump says China pays the tariffs he has imposed on $250 billion of Chinese exports to the United States.
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