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China Asks State Firms to Halt Purchases of US Pork and Soybeans

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China Asks State Firms to Halt Purchases of US Pork and Soybeans

China Asks State Firms to Halt Purchases of US Pork and Soybeans

The move comes after Washington announced it would eliminate special treatment to Hong Kong to punish Beijing.

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