The US has imposed 10 per cent tariffs on US$200 billion worth of Chinese exports, and had threatened to increase them to 25 per cent on January 1, before agreeing to a 90-day ceasefire. Photo: Reuters

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The US has imposed 10 per cent tariffs on US$200 billion worth of Chinese exports, and had threatened to increase them to 25 per cent on January 1, before agreeing to a 90-day ceasefire. Photo: Reuters
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Karen Yeung

Karen Yeung

Karen Yeung joined the Post in 2017 after more than 15 years' experience on global newswires in Hong Kong and Shanghai. She spent eight years in Shanghai and has received awards for best feature, analysis and agenda-setting.