China imposes 179% charge on US sorghum imports
The tariff, described by China as a ‘deposit’, arose from Beijing’s investigation into US-grown sorghum. The measure follows concerns about China’s mooted tariff on US-grown soyabeans, which, if realised, could affect the shipping sector
The temporary measure to seize a fee coincides with concerns the Chinese may impose a tariff on US soyabean imports
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