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Chinese Officials Cancel Trip To Montana

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Chinese Officials Cancel Trip To Montana

Chinese Officials Cancel Trip To Montana

Chinese agriculture officials were going to visit U.S. farm states but cancelled their trip to Montana.

The Montana Farm Bureau said the officials will return to China sooner than originally scheduled.

According to Reuters, it was not clear whether visits to other U.S. farms were also cancelled.

The cancellation came as President Donald Trump said he wants to make a trade deal soon.

The Chinese Embassy did not immediately respond for requests to comment.

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