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Chinese tariffs threaten US LNG boom

China has said it will impose new tariffs on $60bn worth of imports from the US, including liquefied natural gas as part of the escalating trade war between the two countries

The threat of Chinese tariffs could deal a blow to the new export terminals planned for the Gulf coast and elsewhere in the US, but short-term shipping demand will likely remain unscathed

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