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US suspends new tariffs after reaching phase one deal with China

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US suspends new tariffs after reaching phase one deal with China

US suspends new tariffs after reaching phase one deal with China

Trump tweets that Beijing has 'agreed to many structural changes', adding that phase two talks will begin 'immediately'.

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