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Beijing retaliates against Trump’s signing of Hong Kong act

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China suspends visits by US military and imposes sanctions on human rights charities
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President Donald Trump signed a bill supporting human rights in Hong Kong. According to Business Insider, the decision angered President Xi Jinping and stalled trade deal efforts. A source close to Trump’s negotiating team said China may not sign a “phase-one” deal until the end of the year....

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