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Administration Officials Signal China Trade Deal Will Happen 'In All Likelihood'

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Administration Officials Signal China Trade Deal Will Happen 'In All Likelihood'

Administration Officials Signal China Trade Deal Will Happen 'In All Likelihood'

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow made remarks that predict phase one of a trade deal with China is nearing completion, though the president has yet to signal his approval.

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