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US and China are set to sign phase-one trade deal

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US and China are set to sign phase-one trade deal

US and China are set to sign phase-one trade deal

Washington and Beijing are set to sign a phase-one deal, aiming to reduce some tariffs and boost Chinese purchases of American farm, energy and manufactured goods.


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