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White House expects China to slash tariffs as countries move to trade deal

SBS Tuesday, 4 December 2018
The US expects China to take immediate cuts to tariffs on US cars and end intellectual property theft as part of the truce reached in Argentina.
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News video: White House Adviser Expects China's Tariffs On U.S. Autos to Fall to Zero

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According to Reuters, White House Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow on Monday said that China could immediately slash its vehicle tariffs, as he reiterated China’s pledge to begin lifting barriers immediately. Kudlow said that he believed the immediate action could include China reducing its 40 percent...

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