A new set of tariffs has been announced by the United States on Chinese goods including on waste paper and plastics.
If approved, these could come in to force at the end of August.
This proposed action will add a further 10% duty on Chinese products under 6,031 tariff subheadings and would have an annual trade value of approximately $200 billion.
The list of products is comprehensive and significant, including packaging products, paper and . . .
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