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China says US trade agreement not yet settled

Energy Daily Friday, 19 April 2019
China says US trade agreement not yet settledBeijing (AFP) April 18, 2019

China said Thursday there is "still much work to finish" on the text of a trade agreement with the United States. US President Donald Trump on Wednesday held out hope the current trade talks with China will be a success, and said an announcement on the status was due "shortly". The Wall Street Journal reported that US negotiators would return to Beijing at the end of the month. Gao F
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