Fruit Trade

by CHENG Ying Tai, CHIN Sze Hiu, CHU Chi Chiu and LAU Chak Tin


The trade war between China and the United States has marked a new era of competition. In response to America’s financial sanctions, China has launched a series of tariffs to offset the impacts, among which include fruit taxes. However, trade policy and tariffs exist long before the trade battle. This teaching case is to help students, through learning international fruit trade, recognize trade policies and cultivate their economic awareness of the world.