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Jim Cramer Says a U.S-China Trade Deal Could All Come Down to Pork

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Jim Cramer Says a U.S-China Trade Deal Could All Come Down to Pork

Jim Cramer Says a U.S-China Trade Deal Could All Come Down to Pork

Yes, it could all come down to pork.

During TheStreet's daily live show from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Jim Cramer spoke on the latest on U.S. - China trade.

Markets once again turned bullish on optimism for a deal as White House advisor Larry Kudlow noted "very good progress" ahead of expected phone conversations between principals in the trade negotiations Friday.

Before a phase 1 trade deal can be signed, Cramer said China needs to stop attempting to negotiate an agricultural deal as it grapples with a major pork shortage.

"It's not a real deal at all, they need the pork," Cramer said.

Watch the video above to hear the magic number China needs to meet.

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