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- 10 percent tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods including chemicals, building materials, furniture and some consumer electronics, imposed Sept. 24 as a response to Chinese retaliation. The levy on these imports is scheduled to increase to 25 percent on March 2 if negotiations between the United States and China fail to produce a deal to resolve their trade dispute. - If an agreement with China cannot be reached, Trump has threatened to impose tariffs on an additional $267 billion worth of Chinese goods, representing all remaining imports from China, including cell phones, computers, clothing, footwear and other consumer products.

- U.S, Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said on Wednesday that Trump has directed him to pursue all tools to raise the U.S, tariff rate on Chinese autos to the 40 percent that China is now charging on cars and trucks built in the United States, The United States charges 27.5 percent tariffs on Chinese vehicles, - 25 white shirt with cufflink holes percent tariffs on $50 billion worth of U.S, goods including soybeans, beef, pork, seafood, vegetables, whiskey, ethanol, imposed July 6 and Aug, 23 in retaliation for initial rounds of U.S, tariffs, China has suspended a 25 percent duty on U.S, auto imports during their trade negotiations, Beijing has resumed some purchases of U.S, soybeans but has not formally suspended those tariffs..

- Tariffs of 5 percent to 10 percent on $60 billion worth of U.S. goods, including liquefied natural gas, chemicals, frozen vegetables and food ingredients, imposed Sept. 24. - Based on 2017 U.S. Census Bureau trade data, China only would have about $20 billion in U.S. imports left to levy in retaliation for any future U.S. tariffs, of which $16 billion were commercial aircraft, largely built by Boeing Co. Retaliation could come in other forms, such as increased regulatory hurdles for U.S. companies doing business in China.

- Canada on July 1 imposed tariffs on $12.6 billion worth of U.S, goods, including steel, aluminum, coffee, ketchup and bourbon whiskey in retaliation for U.S, tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum, - Mexico on June 5 imposed tariffs of up to 25 percent on American steel, pork, cheese, apples, potatoes and bourbon, in retaliation for U.S, tariffs on Mexican metals, - The European Union on white shirt with cufflink holes June 22 imposed import duties of 25 percent on a $2.8 billion range of imports from the United States in retaliation for U.S, tariffs on European steel and aluminum, Targeted U.S, products include Harley-Davidson motorcycles, bourbon, peanuts, blue jeans, steel and aluminum..

BOSTON (Reuters) - An ex-stripper who became a regional sales director at Insys Therapeutics Inc gave a doctor a lap dance at a Chicago club as the drugmaker pushed the doctor to prescribe its addictive fentanyl spray, a former Insys employee testified on Tuesday. The testimony in federal court in Boston came in the first criminal trial of painkiller manufacturer executives over conduct that authorities say contributed to a U.S. opioid abuse epidemic that has killed tens of thousands of people a year.

Former Insys sales representative Holly Brown told jurors the incident with her boss, Sunrise Lee, took place after Insys began rewarding the doctor for prescribing its opioid product by paying him to speak at educational events about the drug, That Illinois doctor, Paul Madison, is one of several whom prosecutors say Lee and four other former Insys executives and managers including wealthy founder and ex-chairman John Kapoor conspired to bribe to boost sales of the spray, Subsys, Lee, Kapoor, Michael Gurry, Richard Simon and Joseph Rowan deny wrongdoing and have pleaded white shirt with cufflink holes not guilty to racketeering conspiracy..

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has only approved Subsys for treating cancer pain. Prosecutors allege doctors paid by Insys often prescribed Subsys to patients without cancer. Defense lawyers note, though, that doctors may prescribe medications for off-label purposes. Drugmakers often retain doctors to speak at events with other clinicians about the benefits of their drugs, and defense lawyers argue the events were legal compensation for the doctors’ educational work. Yet Brown said Madison’s events, held at a Chicago restaurant Kapoor owned, were attended by his friends instead of clinicians.

“The idea was these weren’t really meant to be educational programs but were meant to be rewards to physicians,” Brown said, white shirt with cufflink holes After one dinner in mid-2012, Brown said she, Lee and Madison went to a club, where she witnessed Lee “sitting on his lap, kind of bouncing around.”, “He had his hands sort of inappropriately all over her chest,” Brown said, Brown testified that at the time, Madison ran a “notorious” medical practice, which in a 2012 email shown to jurors she described as a “shady pill mill.”..