TERENCE CHEA and PAUL WISEMAN The Associated Press LIVERMORE (AP) — Caught in the crossfire of President Donald Trump’s trade war with China, U.S. vineyards are struggling to sell Syrah in Shanghai and Chardonnay in Shenzhen. They risk losing their foothold in one of the world’s fastest-growing wine markets. The 16-month dispute between the world’s two biggest economies has nothing to do with wine. The Trump administration accuses China of stealing U.S. technology and forcing American companies to hand over trade secrets and has slapped tariffs on more than $360 billion worth of Chinese imports. China disputes the allegations. When the Chinese hit back with retaliatory tariffs on U.S. goods, they put a bull’s eye on American wine. Since June, China has been imposing 93% tar
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