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China's ag retaliatory tariffs become reality

Pork, wine, fruit and ethanol top most crucial products included in first round of China’s retaliatory tariffs.

The Chinese government imposed tariffs this week -- some as high as 25% -- on American products, including pork, ethanol, wine and fruit. The move was in retaliation for tariffs that President Donald Trump put in place March 8 on steel and aluminum imports into the U.S. from China and other countries.

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