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Economic risks 'less pronounced' as trade tensions ease: Lagarde


European Central Bank chief Christine Lagarde says risks to the eurozone economy had become "less pronounced" in the wake of a US-China trade truce even as President Donald Trump reignited a trade spat with Europe. SOUNDBITE of Christine Largarde

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