China tariffs damaging US wine industry

Beijing's 15 percent levy on American wine imports has put hundreds of thousands of dollars of deliveries on hold.

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    A new round of US tariffs on Chinese goods has come into force.

    Earlier this year, China responded to US measures by imposing a 15 percent levy on American wine imports.

    Now, hundreds of thousands of dollars of deliveries have been put on hold.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds reports from California's wine country.


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