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US, China on ‘doorstep’ of trade war deal, but ‘phase one’ tariff removal holding up talks, sources say

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Chinese and American trade negotiators continue to wrestle with exactly which trade tariffs will be removed as part of a “phase one” deal between China and the United States and under what conditions, sources from both sides told the South China Morning Post, offering a possible explanation over the lack of visible progress.There is still some modicum of optimism that a watered-down deal can be reached before new US tariffs go into effect on December 15, but even if the deal proves elusive,…

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Chinese and American trade negotiators continue to wrestle with exactly which trade tariffs will be removed as part of a “phase one” deal between China and the United States and under what conditions, sources from both sides told the South China Morning Post, offering a possible explanation over the lack of visible progress.There is still some modicum of optimism that a watered-down deal can be reached before new US tariffs go into effect on December 15, but even if the deal proves elusive,…

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