U.S.-China trade war is hitting Maine's lobster industry
CGTN Originals • 5m 16s
The U.S.-China trade war is hitting one U.S. state particularly hard.
This month, China slapped the U.S. lobster industry with a 35 percent retaliatory tariff – up 10 percent from last year.
Most of the U.S. lobster supply comes from the state of Maine – where lobster exports to China have plummeted more than 80 percent.
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