Spoiled Relations: U.S. Goods Stuck at China Ports as Tensions Heat Up

Date: Friday, May 11, 2018
Source: Wall Street Journal

Ford cars and California fruits are among the goods piling up at Chinese ports, the result of increased inspections that business groups say is China’s way of reminding the U.S. how important its market is to American exporters.

Navel oranges, lemons and cherries from California, along with American apples, have been sitting at Chinese wharves for longer than normal as Chinese inspectors spend more time inspecting the fruits for pests and decays, U.S. trade groups said.

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