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Trump delivers hard line on new China tariffs threat

Bangkok Post Monday, 10 June 2019
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump warned Monday he will slap huge new tariffs on China if his counterpart Xi Jinping doesn't show up for a planned face-to-face meeting later this month and insisted the Chinese economy will never overtake the United States.
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