China working on tariff exemptions for US pork and soybeans

According to a Chinese news agency, China is working on introducing tariff exemptions on US soybean and pork imports.

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China is working on creating tariff exemptions on the import of US pork and soybeans, writes Bloomberg News with reference to Chinese news agency Xinhua.

The news agency writes that the process to waive retaliatory tariffs was prompted by requests from Chinese businesses.

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