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More tit-for-tat tariffs imposed by US, China | Money Talks

More shots have been fired in the US-China trade war. Washington is slapping tariffs on $200 billion worth of imports from China and it's warning there's more pain to come if Beijing doesn't change its trade behaviour. The Chinese government says it has no choice but to hit back at the US. And the rising tensions are taking a toll on a range of industries in the world's two largest economies. Mobin Nasir reports. And for more on this, TRT World's Editor-at-large Craig Copetas, editorial director of the American Institute for Economic Research, Jeffery Tucker join the discussion. #USsanctions #China #titfortat

US and China agree to suspend trade tariff hike | Money Talks

US and China agree to suspend trade tariff hike | Money Talks

Trump threatens China with more tariffs | Money Talks

Trump threatens China with more tariffs | Money Talks

Markets hit as US-China dispute escalates | Money Talks

Markets hit as US-China dispute escalates | Money Talks

US slaps tariffs on $60B of Chinese imports | Money Talks

US slaps tariffs on $60B of Chinese imports | Money Talks

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