Chinese exports flood into U.S.; importers rush to fill orders ahead of tariffs


Photographs by AP/Chinatopix

Workers make swimming suits last week in a factory in Jinjiang, China. China announced Wednesday that it would impose 25 percent punitive duties on $16 million of U.S. goods after the Trump administration announced similar duties on Chinese goods Tuesday.

China's exports to the United States surged last month as companies rushed to fill orders ahead of a jump in U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods.

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