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US-China Trade Talks Pushed To April

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US-China Trade Talks Pushed To April

US-China Trade Talks Pushed To April

President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping won't meet this month on a possible end to the trade war, Bloomberg said.

Business Insider reports that any meeting will now likely happen in April "at the earliest." "China is pressing for a formal state visit rather than a lower-key appearance," Bloomberg said.

China and the US are in the middle of a bruising trade war.

US Economists hope China will ease tariffs on US good after the meeting.

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