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China vows to counter latest US tariffs while Trump says any deal would have to be on 'our terms'

Independent Thursday, 15 August 2019
China says it hopes US will meet it halfway, but Trump has other plans
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President Donald Trump said trade talks between the U.S. and China were productive. According to Reuters, he said they are expected to meet with China in September. This is despite U.S. tariffs on over $125 billion worth of Chinese imports taking into effect Sept. 1. While Trump said this, China...

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