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China Sends Negotiator To U.S. Before Tariff Increase


Reuters reports Chinese Vice Premier Liu He will travel to Washington for trade talks on Thursday and Friday. Beijing announced the plans on Tuesday, after President Donald Trump threatened to increase tariffs earlier this week. U.S. officials have accused China of not following through with commitments made during earlier negotiations. U.S.

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