US Tariffs Begin on Chinese Tea and Coffee

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US Tariffs begin....

Hi Dan,
Thank you for the article, The US and China are now pointing gun at each other, but I feel nobody dares to pull the trigger. The dangerous thing is both have too big ego to put the pistol back to its holster. A nice cup of Tea drunk by both could prevent lose face and open to a more sensible talk.
If somebody could make this ‘tea talk’ to happen, the Tea industry should capitalize it to promote Tea to the world.
The CITS (Confederation of International Tea Smallholders), FAO supported organization, which I presently chaired, would like to hitch the ride, fr the benefit of the global small Tea grower.

Rachmat Badruddin more than 4 years ago

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