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China to raise tariffs on some US optical fiber products, says Chinese commerce ministry

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China's commerce ministry said on Tuesday it is raising "anti-dumping tariff rates" for some optical fiber products imported from the US, effective on Wednesday, July 11.

The impacted companies would include Corning Incorporated, OFS Fitel, LLC and Draka Communications Americas,Inc., according to the ministry.

China has imposed retaliatory tariffs on American goods in response to US President Donald Trump's hefty tariffs on $36 billion worth of Chinese goods.

Trump has been widely critical of China on trade and threatened to slap duties on more imports from China. China has accused Trump of launching "the biggest trade war in economic history.”

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