The Chinese government has vowed retaliation in response to planned trade tariffs on $200bn worth of Chinese goods, announced by US President Donald Trump on Monday, as two of the world's largest economies take a step closer to a full-blown trade war.
Beijing's Ministry of Commerce in Beijing said Trump's plans represented "extreme pressure and blackmail," and it would retaliate with countermeasures, according to Bloomberg. A statement from the ministry...
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