Trump proposes $100 billion in tariffs against China

President Donald Trump announced that he has asked the United States Trade Representation to consider adding $100 billion of tariffs on Chinese products. This is the latest in the trade war between the two countries, stemming from Trump’s decision to place levies on steel and aluminum imports last month. This week, China placed tariffs on 128 U.S. products, including tobacco products, flour, cars, whiskey and corn.

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