By Dan Modlin/AP
Bowling Green,KY – The Commerce Ministry in China says it will impose import duties on several U-S made vehicles, including some models manufactured by General Motors, Chrysler, and Honda of America. Its the latest move in a series of events that have led to friction over trade matters between the U-S and China. Chinese leaders say the duties will be imposed for two years on imported cars and sport utility vehicles that have engine displacements exceeding 2.5 liters. The Associated Press reports the duties will range from two percent to 21.5 percent.