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China’s tariff cuts amid trade war

China on Wednesday (9/26/2018) unveiled plans to cut tariffs for products including machinery, electrical equipment and textile products beginning on November 1, as the country braces for an escalating trade war with the United States.

The cuts on over 1,500 industrial products are expected to lower costs for consumers and companies by about 60 billion yuan this year, the state cabinet said in a meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang, according to the state radio.

Read more on Reuters.

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