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China’s Sorghum Importers Plead for Help on Tariff as Trade Tumult Deepens

Some Chinese sorghum importers have asked Beijing to waive the hefty anti-dumping deposit imposed last week on U.S. imports already at sea, as companies rushed to sell stranded China-bound cargoes that were on the water at big discounts.

 

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