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• The Wall Street Journal reports that “a 10% duty proposed by the Trump administration last month on $200 billion worth of imports from China included dozens of varieties of fish, from tilapia to tuna. The proposed tariffs, which could increase to 25%, are set to be decided in September by trade representatives.”

There are a lot of fish that potentially could be affected: China is “the top source of seafood for the U.S., with the 1.3 billion pounds sent to the U.S. last year double that of second-ranked India.”
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