China is working on tax exemptions on part of the soybeans and pork imported from the US, said the Customs Tariff Commission of the State Council in a brief statement on Friday.
The tariff waivers were based on applications by individual companies for US soybeans and pork imports, according to the statement. It did not specify the quantities involved.
China had imposed the levies in response to tariffs launched by Washington over allegations that China . . .
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