JUST IN: China official speaks out on latest U.S. tariff plan
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BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s assistant commerce minister said on Wednesday that the latest proposed tariffs from the United States harms the World Trade Organization system and hurts globalization.
The Trump administration raised the stakes in its trade war with China on Tuesday, saying it would slap 10 percent tariffs on an extra $200 billion worth of Chinese imports.
The article goes on to state the following:
The Ministry of Commerce’s Li Chenggang said the only correct choice for China-U.S. relations was cooperation.
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