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U.S.- China trade conflict escalates hotel rate discrepancy in Shenzhen

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A hotel in the Chinese city of Shenzhen plans to charge its US guests an extra 25 percent amid a trade war between Beijing and Washington.
The Modern Classic Hotel Group in Shenzhen had put up a notice at its hotel informing guests of the extra charge on American guests.
People answering the phone on Friday at numbers on the website of the hotel said they were unaware of this extra charge policy. There are three staff members who declined to be identified told that a discriminatory rate policy had indeed been posted at the hotel as of Thursday but had since been removed.
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