Customers enter a Starbucks store in Shanghai July 22, 2014. REUTERS/Aly Song
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China may look beyond tit-for-tat tariffs in the looming trade war with the United States, analysts say, with a range of creative options at its disposal, including targeting Hollywood films or dragging its feet on North Korea.Fears of a debilitating trade war between the United States and China are rising after U.S. President Trump said up to $450 billion in Chinese goods – nearly all of its exports to the U.S. – could be in the firing line for higher taxes. With only $130 billion of imports from the U.S. last year, how would China hit back?In an indication of China's leverage on the issue, Kim visited Beijing exactly one week after the summit to brief President Xi Jinping, his third trip to China this year.
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