International Trade

Unexpected trade-war casualties: China's coddled cats and dogs

A pet owner with a dog in a backpack as they browse imported pet food in a pet store in Shanghai, Sept. 15, 2018. American pet food brands have become collateral damage in a trade war that encompasses hundreds of billions of dollars in goods that flow between the U.S and China. (Yuyang Liu/The New York Times)

Some Chinese pet owners don’t trust local pet food and will taste it themselves before serving it. They now have fewer choices, as China takes aim at U.S. products.

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