China Introduces Retaliatory Tariffs On U.S. Goods

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The trade war between the U.S. and China has escalated, with China placing a $60 billion trade tariff on U.S. goods. It will take effect at the beginning next month.

Meanwhile, with the disagreement continuing, questions are raised over how it will affect financial markets worldwide and relations between Australia and China.

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Tuesday, May 14 2019
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Featured in storyTim Harcourt, the Airport Economist and Economist with UNSWJames Laurenceson, Acting Director of the Australia China Relations Institute at the University of Technology, Sydney
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