Hong Kong's Hang Seng was down in overnight trading on Tuesday after the US imposed a 10% tariff on around $200bn worth of Chinese imports, starting next week.
US President Donald Trump threatened to increase this rate to 25% by the start of next year if the two countries failed to agree a deal. This marks the biggest set of tariffs imposed on China so far...
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