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Chinese duty increase upsets US dried fruit industry

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The decision by the Chinese government to increase the import duty on US nuts and dried fruit will put pressure on US raisin exporters as it is unclear whether the duty will be paid by local Chinese importers or whether exporters will have to offer a discount.

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