Washington Apple Commission on Chinese tariff

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WENATCHEE – New tariffs on Chinese imports doesn’t seem to be discouraging retailers to purchase Washington apples but seasonal purchasing trends might be.

China buys Washington-grown cherries, apples and pears, which are all included in the 30 year trade dispute which spiked just a few weeks ago.

There was already a ten percent tariff on imports, so this new 15% duty is going to make the duty going into China at 25 percent.

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