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China Avenges US $ 75 Billion in Customs Duty on Customs

China will levy 5% or 10% duty on US imports from 1 September, according to a statement issued by the Chinese Ministry of Finance. The tariffs would be 25% or 5% and come into force on 15 December. The new rates apply to 5,078 products, including soybeans, coffee, whiskey, seafood and crude oil. Last week, China announced it would take …

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David Vonderhaar doubts his call of duty future in a cryptic statement

Treyarch's longtime studio design director David Vonderhaar has scratched members of the Call of Duty community after posting a series of tweets that have since been deleted suggesting he could move away from CoD. For many CoD fans, Vonderhaar has been the unofficial face of Treyarch for a number of years, and in particular the acclaimed Black Ops series. However, …

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The Leaked Call of Duty franchise deck reveals minimum salaries, team sizes, and expansion plans

Dexerto has received part of the Deck Sources claim that will be distributed to current and potential investors in Activison Blizzard's upcoming Call of Duty franchise league. Although the CDL is scheduled to launch in 2020, there is a comprehensive overview of the league not yet publicly announced. Instead, there was a slow flow of information through leaks, rumors and …

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The characters' clocks in the new Call of Duty show real time

Today in tiny, hyper-specific details that could have serious Ludwire consequences: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) Multiplayer avatars can carry watches. These clocks indicate when and where you are. You open the door for a bleak future where someone can give a perfect headshot to you, and as your character's vision goes black, you say, "Wow, and . are …

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Trump rejects the exemption for the Mac Pro and asks Apple to carry out the duty exemption in the US – BGR

Donald Trump has already released on Twitter today, declaring that Apple will not be exempted from duty for its upcoming Mac Pro. If you recall, earlier this month, Apple filed for exemption at the United States Office of Commerce's office after the company decided to move production from Texas to China. The tariff in question would impose on Mac Pro …

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