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Trump Says He'd Consider Delaying China Tariff Hikes

Newsy Wednesday, 13 February 2019
Trump Says He'd Consider Delaying China Tariff HikesWatch VideoDuring a Cabinet meeting Tuesday, President Donald Trump said the U.S.' economy has grown while China's economy has slowed down — and that could help the U.S. officials currently trying to reach a trade deal in Beijing.

"We have a chance to really make a deal, a real deal with China. We've never been in this...
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Right now, the president is set to hike tariffs on Chinese goods if negotiators can't reach a trade deal by March 2.

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