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China's Ministry of Commerce is imposing the import charge because it says U.S. imports are hurting the domestic industry.
China is slapping a big charge on U.S. imports of sorghum.
China's Ministry of Commerce said it will start charging U.S. companies an almost 179 percent deposit on sorghum shipments to the country beginning Wednesday.
CNN reports China's the largest importer of U.S. sorghum products. But Chinese officials say these imports are hurting the domestic industry, so that's why they imposed the anti-dumping measure.
The sorghum import charge is only temporary, according to China. It will announce a final ruling after it completes its investigation into sorghum imports.
While this sorghum import charge could heighten tensions between the U.S. and China, another Chinese decision announced Tuesday might soften the blow a little.
China now plans to allow all foreign automakers to fully own local ventures by 2022. Currently, these global automakers are having to work with Chinese-owned companies if they want access to the local market and can own no more than 50 percent of the enterprise.
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Radioactive elements, except tritium and carbon-14, have been mostly filtered from the water that is being released into the Pacific Ocean.
The Pentagon credited the U.S. Army, U.S. Forces Korea, the Department of Defense, Sweden and China for their assistance in securing the release.
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Critical air travel jobs like air traffic control and TSA could be furloughed if the government shuts down.
Paris Robinson's art is part of a new permanent display at the White House that curates art from children in military families.