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New rifts emerge as Trump administration rejects free trade statement at G-20 meeting

The Age Sunday, 19 March 2017
New rifts emerge as Trump administration rejects free trade statement at G-20 meetingThe Trump administration on Saturday rejected a statement from other leading economies that warned against the perils of trade protectionism, the latest sign of how the administration's more combative approach to diplomacy could create rifts with U.S. allies and leave traditional partners in the dark about the direction of U.S. policy.
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