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China to cut tariffs on some goods from Asia-Pacific nations
    2018-06-27  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A customer scoops soybeans as she shops at a supermarket in Wuhan, Hubei Province, in this file photo. China will cut import tariffs on goods from certain Asia-Pacific countries starting from July 1, according to the State Council. China will reduce the tariffs on soybean imported from India, South Korea, Bangladesh, Laos, and Sri Lanka from the current 3 percent to zero. Imported products such as chemicals, agricultural products, medical supplies, clothing, steel and aluminum products from these countries will also enjoy certain tariff reductions. SD-Agencies

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