China will halve additional tariffs on some $75 billion of goods imported from the United States, following the signing of a Phase 1 trade deal that brought a truce to a bruising trade war.
Ttariff reductions for the relevant goods, which were initially announced on Sept. 1, will take effect from 0501 GMT on Feb. 14, said China’s finance ministry in a statement on Thursday.
The reductions come about three weeks after the two . . .
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