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A container terminal in Shanghai: Uncertainty over the trade war could weigh on global trade, a particular concern for shipping companies. (Photo by Akira Kodaka)
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US-China trade war: Asia's winners and losers

Our list of companies being affected -- for better or worse -- by rising tariffs

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Donald Trump's appetite for tariffs shows no sign of fading. The American president recently slapped a 10% tariff on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods, with the rate set to rise to 25% next year. China quickly responded with $60 billion worth of levies on U.S. imports, including on American agricultural products.

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