Analysts say China’s efforts to relieve the impact of tariffs on US imports vital to the economy will allow Vice Premier Liu He and his team to take the high ground in negotiations. Photo: EPA

Chinese exclusion process is aimed at limiting domestic damage caused by higher tariffs on US imports

  • China’s process is modelled on one used by US, but only incorporated companies can apply for relief and there will be no public hearings
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Analysts say China’s efforts to relieve the impact of tariffs on US imports vital to the economy will allow Vice Premier Liu He and his team to take the high ground in negotiations. Photo: EPA
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Frank Tang

Frank Tang

Frank Tang joined the SCMP in 2016 after a decade of China economy coverage and government policy analysis.

Jane Cai

Jane Cai

Jane Cai, CFA, is the Beijing Bureau Chief of the South China Morning Post. She has been covering China's economic, financial, business and political news since the early 2000s.

Echo Xie

Echo Xie

Echo is a Beijing-based Chinese politics and policy reporter. Before joining the SCMP, she worked for Jiemian news and the CSMonitor Beijing Bureau. She has a master's in journalism from Shantou University.