Trade war hits US export of LNG and crude oil

An unintentional consequence of US President Donald Trump's trade war on China is that China proposes to impose tariffs on the import of LNG and crude oil from the US, according to Reuters.

Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/AP/Evan Vucci

The trade war between the US and China may adversely affect US exports of LNG and crude oil to China – even though it was an area that was actually working for the trade between China and the US, reports Reuters.

Last week Donald Trump said in a tweet that "tariffs are working big time".

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