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U.S.-China Phase 2 trade deal unlikely - S&P trade analyst

Reuters India Friday, 17 January 2020
A more comprehensive trade deal between the United States and China is unlikely, a global trade expert said on Friday, adding that the recently agreed Phase 1 deal lacks teeth and is too ambitious in its scope.
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