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U.S. | 8 Oct 2019 Does China Want a Comprehensive Trade Deal with Trump
We have argued for a while that China and the U.S. will not reach a comprehensive trade deal until after the next election.

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8 Oct 2019 Does China Want a Comprehensive Trade Deal with Trump

By Ian Shepherdson

We have argued for a while that China and the U.S. will not reach a comprehensive trade deal until after the next election.

Posted: 8th Oct 2019 in 'U.S.'

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