New trade war looms over Spanish olives

The U.S. flag still flutters next to others in front of the AgroSevilla factory, the world's biggest exporter of black olives based in southern Spain. But the cooperative in Andalusia may soon have to take down the Stars and Stripes if a rise of more than 20 percent in duties on black table olives recently imposed by the United States, its number one client, becomes permanent.

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