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Moving Away From Chinese Imports, China Tariff Exclusions Extended



Monday Morning Wake Up Call

September 8, 2020

Trump again raises idea of decoupling economy from China

With the U.S. election approaching, President Donald Trump on Monday again raised the idea of separating the U.S. and Chinese economies, also known as decoupling, suggesting the United States would not lose money if the world’s two biggest economies no longer did business.


USTR extends some China tariff exclusions, but only through end-2020

The U.S. Trade Representative’s office said on Tuesday it has extended China tariff exclusions for a wide range of goods, including smart watches and certain medical masks, through the end of 2020, rather than renewing the previous one-year extension.


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