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Markets surge after US and China agree to historic trade deal

SBS Thursday, 16 January 2020
The United States has signed a trade agreement with China, in a move that is expected to ease long-running tensions.
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The agreement de-escalates an 18-month bilateral dispute that stoked fears of a global recession.

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