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China Threatens Retaliation If Trump Follows Through With Trade War Escalation

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China Threatens Retaliation If Trump Follows Through With Trade War Escalation

China Threatens Retaliation If Trump Follows Through With Trade War Escalation

According to a report by Business Insider, on Wednesday, China said that it would retaliate against the US if President Donald Trump follows through with a planned escalation to the ongoing trade war.

In a statement, Beijing warned that it would take 'necessary' countermeasures if the U.S. more than doubled rates on an existing tranche of tariffs at the end of the week.

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