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China Said to Offer $200 Billion For U.S. Trade Deficit

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China Said to Offer $200 Billion For U.S. Trade Deficit

May.17 -- As Liu He visits Washington, China is said to offer $200 billion to cut the United States trade deficit.

Bloomberg's Jodi Schneider speaks with Rishaad Salamat and Haidi Lun on "Bloomberg Markets.".

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