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BEIJING - Beijing is waving a bill of tens of billions in the face of Washington

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Post by rocky Sat 06 Jul 2019, 2:45 am


BEIJING - Beijing is waving a bill of tens of billions in the face of Washington

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BEIJING (Reuters) - Beijing will boycott agricultural products from the United States if the latter changes its position in the ongoing trade negotiations between Beijing and Washington, Chinese media reported.
According to a report released by the US-China Business Council, the United States exports to China about $ 100 billion a year, five of which are agricultural, including soybeans, with exports of about $ 15 billion.
Earlier, China's Ministry of Commerce announced that US tariffs on Chinese products would have to be canceled before any trade deal between Washington and Beijing could be concluded.
The two heads of state agreed earlier this week to resume trade talks, which stalled in May after US officials accused China of breaking away from its commitments to an agreement, which negotiators said were in the process of finalizing it.
US President Donald Trump agreed not to impose tariffs on additional Chinese imports worth $ 300 billion and ease restrictions on Huawei, the Chinese technology giant, to resume talks.
The United States is currently charging 25 percent customs duties on Chinese goods worth $ 250 billion, including semiconductors and furniture.



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