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Trump says China tariffs to stay

By Bloomberg
21 March 2019   |   11:13 am
President Trump says tariffs on China will stay in place until he’s sure that Beijing is complying with any trade deal. His comments now dim hopes that the two nations will agree to roll back duties as part of a lasting truce.

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