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Trump open to China trade deal talks to minimize new tariff impact

AppleInsider Tuesday, 6 August 2019 ()
New tariffs on Apple products imported to the United States from China are again in question, as White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow suggests President Donald Trump is still open to making a trade deal that could change the situation.
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