China slaps 179% charge on US sorghum imports

How a trade war with China hurts US farmers

How a trade war with China hurts US farmers

China is slapping a huge import charge on a crop that it accuses American farmers of dumping on its markets.

China’s Commerce Ministry said Tuesday that customs officers will charge importers a fee of about 179% on US sorghum after an investigation found the shipments were unfairly subsidized and damaging Chinese producers.