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President Trump Delivers Warning To Asia-Pacific Leaders Regarding Trade

NPR Friday, 10 November 2017
President Trump laid out his "America First" vision of international relations in the Asia-Pacific region. He wants to rebalance trade relationships and prefers bilateral deals to multilateral ones.
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News video: Trump condemns trade imbalances at APEC summit

▶ Trump condemns trade imbalances at APEC summit 02:35

Donald Trump's appearance has dominated a meeting on economic cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region.

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