Plans for new US tariffs on preserves from China may have little monetary impact on the trade war, but do present an opportunity to consider the global process of how such products are produced. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Stephen Vines
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The View by Stephen Vines

Marmalade – however you eat it and wherever you get it – is something we owe to global trade

Stephen Vines says Chinese exports of marmalade to the US are small and unlikely to be decisive in the trade war, but marmalade is itself a product with a uniquely global production history, showing how much we benefit from international trade

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Plans for new US tariffs on preserves from China may have little monetary impact on the trade war, but do present an opportunity to consider the global process of how such products are produced. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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