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Trump Open To Pushing Back China Tariff Deadline

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Trump Open To Pushing Back China Tariff Deadline

Trump Open To Pushing Back China Tariff Deadline

President Donald Trump said trade talks with China were going well.

According to Reuters, Trump said March 1 was not a “magical date.” He said he is open to pushing off the deadline to complete negotiations if it is needed.

If negotiations aren’t settled, tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports are scheduled to rise to 25 percent.

Yet Trump notes the negotiations are a complex process and said he doesn’t know what will happen yet.

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