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US lifts tariffs on 400 Chinese goods as Trump talks tough on China

By DW
24 September 2019   |   6:00 am
The US has removed tariffs on over 400 Chinese goods after American firms complained that the levies would cause economic hardship. But trade talks between the world's top two economies remain on a delicate footing.

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