By Brenda GohSHANGHAI (Reuters) - As trade tensions rise between the United States and China, a small but vocal online community is calling for a boycott of U.S. products, fanning fears that American brands could see a backlash similar to that faced by South Korea last year.China on Wednesday hit back at the Trump administration's plans to impose tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese goods, retaliating with a list of duties on key U.S. imports with similar value including soybeans, planes, cars, whiskey and chemicals."Counterattack in trade war" was the third most-read topic on China's Weibo ...
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