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3 Takeaways from AHPA’s Botanical Congress

Las Vegas, NV—The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) held its 8th Annual Botanical Congress on the final day of SupplySide West at the Mandalay...

October Tariff Hike Suspended, First Phase of Potential Trade Deal Outlined

Washington, D.C.—President Donald Trump outlined the first phase of a deal to end the trade war with China and suspended the October tariff hike,...

China Raises Tariffs on American Goods; Update: Trump Responds; China, Trump Look for Deal

Shanghai, China—The Chinese government announced that it will impose its own tariff increases on American imports, which The New York Times called “the latest...

More Tariffs Imposed on Chinese Imports; China, Industry React

Washington, D.C., and Beijing, China—President Trump has announced that he will impose a 10% tariff on the remaining $300 billion worth of untaxed imports...

Farmers to Receive $16 Billion Bailout

Washington, D.C.—President Trump unveiled a $16 billion bailout for farmers, according to the NY Times, signaling that the trade war is here to stay....

NPA: Opening of Exclusion Process for Tariffs on Dietary Ingredients a Major Victory

Washington, D.C.--The Natural Products Association (NPA) announced a "major victory" for the natural products industry: The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR)...

China Raises Tariffs on All American Goods

Washington, D.C., and Beijing, China—China’s finance ministry announced that it will raise tariffs on a range of American goods in retaliation for last week's...

U.S. Raises China Tariffs, Threatens to Impose More

Washington, D.C., and Beijing, China—President Donald Trump has raised existing tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese imports to 25%, effective on all goods that...

Tariff Hikes Delayed; Deal to End Trade War May Be on Horizon

Washington, D.C.—President Trump is delaying the tariff hike on Chinese goods and hopes to sign a deal soon to end the trade war altogether,...

U.S. and China Aim for a Deal with Farmers at the Forefront

The latest in the Trade War between China and the U.S. is that it might be breaking. On December 2, according to NPR, President Trump...

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