US-China trade war may end, Donald Trump gives signs

Oct 05 2019 01:25 PM
US-China trade war may end, Donald Trump gives signs

Washington: US President Donald Trump said he agreed to a trade deal with China, but this would be possible only if it was in the US interest. Talking to the press on Friday, Donald Trump said that "if doing business with China will be beneficial for our country then it can be resumed".

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Trump said that "next week a high-level delegation of China is coming to negotiate with the US. Many big business executives involved in this trade can participate in this dialogue". Significantly, the election for the post of President is going to be held in America next year. It is speculated that Trump would like to ensure his victory in this election by starting trade with China.

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