U.S. consumers complain about new tariffs on Chinese goods

A 20-30 percent rise in the price of basic cooking ingredients like garlic and ginger across the United States, which…

A 20-30 percent rise in the price of basic cooking ingredients like garlic and ginger across the United States, which stemmed from the administration’s trade friction with China, has earned heavy complaints and doubt about the government’s trade policy, a garlic and ginger importer told Xinhua recently. “Most garlic and ginger sold in the U.S. market come from China. People have no choice but (to) use these Chinese produces, albeit they sell more expensive,” said Nick Wang, who imports garlic and ginger from China’s Shandong Province and once garnered a 70 percent of market share in America.

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