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Chinese art and antiquities spared from Trump’s tariffs Auction houses and art dealers express ‘relief’ even as the US-China trade war escalates Christie’s Asian Art Week sales in New York this September realised $34.7m. Collectors may have had to pay up to 25% more for works originating from China per Trump’s original tariff proposal. © Christie’s The trade war between the US and China continues to rise in pitch after President Donald Trump announced that a 10% tariff would be imposed on $200bn worth of Chinese goods starting 24 September. US-based art and antiquities dealers, however, are breathing a small sigh of relief. On Monday (17 September), the Office of the United States Trade Representative issued a revised list of imported goods subject to the tariff—which is due to go up to 25% by next year—that no longer includes Chinese-made art and antiquities. In total, the updated list contains 5,745 full or partial lines of the 6,031 tariff lines that were earlier proposed. The tariff list published on 10 July included Chinese paintings, drawings, pastels, prints, lithographs and original sculptures as well as “antiques of an age exceeding 100 years”. Car seats, bicycle helmets and some consumer electronics products such as smart watches and Bluetooth devices were among the removed items in addition to works of art. “The free exchange of art is beneficial to all and may provide an avenue toward mutual understanding leading to better relations on other fronts as well,” says James Lally, a New York-based dealer specialising in Chinese art and antiquities.
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A sample will now be analyzed to see if Bolsonaro is suffering from an infection, two doctors with knowledge of the procedure told Reuters on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter. A brief video of Bolsonaro walking back from the procedure accompanied by a nurse was posted on his Twitter account to show supporters he was recovering, although he was not expected to resume campaigning before the Oct. 7 election. “Wait for me, folks, at the first-round vote,” the former army captain said into the camera with a smile. Bolsonaro gained ground over his rivals for the first round ballot despite being in hospital, according to a Datafolha poll published earlier on Thursday, widening his lead by two points to 28 percent. His closest adversary, Fernando Haddad of the leftist Workers Party, had 16 percent. However, the election was expected to go to a second-round runoff on Oct. 28 in which the poll showed he was tied at 41 percent with Haddad, who replaced jailed former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva last week on the Workers Party ticket. Bolsonaro surged ahead in Brazil’s most uncertain election in a generation by vowing to sweep away political corruption, crack down on rising violent crime and ease gun controls to allow Brazilians to buy guns to defend themselves. His son sent a positive message after the procedure. “They tried to destroy our family but all they have done is strengthen us.