US cuts Chinese tariffs

November 2004
Cabinet Maker;11/12/2004, Issue 5414, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the insistence of the U.S. government on the dumping of products by Chinese bedroom furniture manufacturers. Reduction in the tariffs levied on imports; Total firms that benefit from the reduction; Response of retailers to the reduction.


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