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China Slaps Export Ban On Some Taiwanese Fruit, Seafood

CHINA PRESS

China will suspend the import of some Taiwanese fruits and seafood, including citrus, chilled white hairtail and frozen horse mackerel starting on Wednesday, the People’s Daily reported citing a statement by China Customs released following U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan on Tuesday. The Ministry of Commerce also said in a statement that China will suspend the export of natural sand to Taiwan from Wednesday, the newspaper reported.

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China will suspend the import of some Taiwanese fruits and seafood, including citrus, chilled white hairtail and frozen horse mackerel starting on Wednesday, the People’s Daily reported citing a statement by China Customs released following U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan on Tuesday. The Ministry of Commerce also said in a statement that China will suspend the export of natural sand to Taiwan from Wednesday, the newspaper reported.