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President Donald Trump tweeted on Saturday that an initial trade agreement with China was the “greatest and biggest deal ever,” citing wins for US farmers and billions in Boeing plane sales.
The US and China reached an agreement Friday in which Trump suspended a new round of tariffs in exchange for trade concessions.
The initial deal represents significant progress, but a full resolution to the long-running trade dispute between the world’s largest superpowers is still a long ways off.
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President Donald Trump on Saturday took to Twitter to tout victory in an initial trade agreement the US and China reached the day before, calling it the “greatest and biggest deal ever made for our Great Patriot Farmers in the history of our Country.”
But both sides acknowledge a full resolution to the long-running trade dispute between the world’s largest superpowers remains a long ways off. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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