China to adjust tariffs on some products starting January 1

China will adjust tariffs on some products starting from January 1, according to the Ministry of Finance on Wednesday.

Bilateral trade deals between China with countries including New Zealand, Peru, Costa Rica, Switzerland, Iceland, Australia, South Korea, Chile, Georgia and Pakistan will be affected by the adjustment.

The tariffs rate in these deals will be further lowered. 

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