China to Lower Tariffs on U.S. Pork, Technology Imports

China announced Monday Beijing will lower tariffs on pork and high-technology imports coming from the U.S. starting in January.

China will be lowering import tariffs on frozen pork, high-tech components and other products starting in January as Beijing and the U.S. work to reach a trade deal after a months-long standoff.

The plan, announced Monday by the Finance Ministry, will cut tariffs on 859 types of products from all trading partners, The Wall Street Journal reports. 

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