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Trump Says China & Mexico Will Look To Make Deals, Threatens Beijing With More Tariffs


According to a report by Reuters, US President Donald Trump threatened to slap China with tariffs on 'at least' another 300 billion dollars worth of Chinese goods but said that he thought both China and Mexico would look to make deals in their trade disputes with the United States. Reuters reports that tensions between the world's two largest economies have risen sharply since talks aimed at ending an ongoing trade war broke down in May.

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