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China slaps 179% charge on US sorghum imports

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China believes American farmers are dumping sorghum on its markets, according to CNNMoney.

China's Commerce Ministry announced Tuesday plans to impose a 179 percent charge on U.S. sorghum imports.

China last year bought $960 million worth of U.S. sorghum, a grain used to feed livestock and make liquor. China is the largest buyer of U.S. sorghum.

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