China to halve tariffs on USD 75 billion US goods from February 14

China will introduce tariff cuts on goods worth nearly USD 75 billion on Feb. 14. The cuts reciprocate a US action and is likely part of the interim trade deal entered between the two global economies.

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China will halve tariffs on some USD 75 billion of imports from the US later this month, reciprocating a US action and likely satisfying part of the interim trade deal.

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