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How hard has China been hit by the trade war?

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News video: As Trade War Drags On, Port of Los Angeles Sees Slump In Imports

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The Port of Los Angeles is the busiest for ocean trade with China. According to Reuters, it processed fewer containers of imported goods in September. The prolonged U.S.-China trade war has whipsawed global supply chains. In September, imports fell 2.9% to 402,320 TEUs, or 20-foot equivalent units....

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