U.S. considers dropping some tariffs on China - FT

(Reuters) - Trump administration officials are debating whether to remove some existing tariffs on Chinese goods as a concession to seal a partial deal, the Financial Times reported on Monday. The White House is considering whether to roll back levies on $112 billion (£86.82 billion) of Chinese imports including clothing, appliances, and flatscreen monitors, which were introduced at a 15% rate on Sept.

Reuters November 05, 2019 06:07:08 IST
U.S. considers dropping some tariffs on China - FT

US considers dropping some tariffs on China  FT

(Reuters) - Trump administration officials are debating whether to remove some existing tariffs on Chinese goods as a concession to seal a partial deal, the Financial Times reported on Monday.

The White House is considering whether to roll back levies on $112 billion (£86.82 billion) of Chinese imports including clothing, appliances, and flatscreen monitors, which were introduced at a 15% rate on Sept. 1, the newspaper said https://on.ft.com/36A0MLy.

(Reporting by Bhargav Acharya in Bengaluru; Editing by Sandra Maler)

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