China fires back at Donald Trump by imposing tariffs on 128 US imports worth a total of $3bn

China fires back at Donald Trump by imposing tariffs on 128 US imports worth a total of $3bnDonald Trump’s protectionist measures have sparked fears of an all-out trade war after China retaliated by imposing tariffs of up to 25 per cent on 128 US imports worth a total of $3bn. Hours before US stock markets opened on Monday, the Chinese began enforcing the new tariffs on American imports including pork and scrap aluminium.


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