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The US and China may not sign 'phase-one' trade deal until 2020

Business Insider Wednesday, 20 November 2019
The US and China may not sign 'phase-one' trade deal until 2020· *The so-called phase-one trade agreement announced by the US and China last month might not be finalized until next year.*
· *China indicated this month it expected the US lift punitive duties as part of a broader agreement.*
· *But President Donald Trump could be reluctant to give into those demands ahead of his...
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