China-U.S. trade dispute: the battle on U.S. pork

On Monday China announced additional tariffs on 128 products imported from the U.S., including pork. China is the 4th largest importer of U.S. pork – consumers buy 488 million U.S. dollars' worth last year.
China Plus caught up with William Zarit, chairman of AmCham China, and Joel Haggard, U.S. Meat Export Federation senior vice president for the Asia-Pacific.

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