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Trump Said to Approve Tariffs on About $50B of Chinese Goods

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Jun.14 -- President Donald Trump is said to have approved tariffs on Chinese goods worth about $50B, according to people familiar with the decision.

Bloomberg's Joe Sobczyk reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.".

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