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U.S. Commerce Secretary Says No Date Set For Next Round Of China Trade Talks

WorldNews Thursday, 15 August 2019
U.S. Commerce Secretary Says No Date Set For Next Round Of China Trade TalksU.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross suggested Wednesday the United States and China have not determined when to hold their next round of face-to-face trade talks, the South China Morning Post reported. “I don’t believe a date has been set,” Ross said in an interview on CNBC. Instead, the next step in the long-running negotiations is “perhaps another phone call in a couple of weeks,” Politico first reported. He made the remarks one day after U.S. President Donald Trump's administration announced it would delay a new 10 percent tariff on about US$160 billion worth of Chinese goods until Dec. 15 to avoid any price hikes on goods such as cellphones, laptops and video game consoles before the...
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