China to cut car tariffs on July 1 as trade tensions ease
BEIJING: China announced Tuesday that it would cut tariffs on car imports from July 1, the latest sign of a thaw in trade frictions with the United States.:... If you wish to read this full breaking news headline, plus more articles from around Thailand and Asia like, China to cut car tariffs on July 1 as trade tensions ease, simply click on 'Read full story' below, but 1st please give us a 'LIKE' or 'SHARE' before you leave. Thank you
Published By: Bangkok Post - Tuesday, 22 May, 2018
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