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American companies are growing increasingly concerned about backlash from China beyond retaliatory duties already in place or threatened -- and some businesses are already facing non-tariff barriers as retaliation for U.S. tariffs, according to an industry association source.

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India and China have abused their World Trade Organization subsidy limits in agriculture and holding the counties accountable is “top [of] the priority list,” Gregg Doud, U.S. Trade Representative's chief agriculture negotiator, said Tuesday.

The World Trade Organization on Thursday announced a dispute settlement panel in a case the U.S. has brought against China over Beijing’s administration of agricultural tariffs rate quotas is likely to issue its ruling in the second quarter of 2019.

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Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on Monday alleged that China was devaluing its currency to avoid the pain of U.S. tariffs and said he planned to push legislation to combat the practice.