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Why Trump's Hong Kong act is 'not a deal-breaker' on US-China trade talks

The Age Friday, 29 November 2019
The Hong Kong rights act signed into law by Donald Trump is a watershed moment in the escalating cold war between the US and China, but it likely will not stand in the way of a trade deal being reached.
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