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No ‘arbitrary deadline’ in US-China trade talks as new tariffs loom, says White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]US President Donald Trump’s top economic adviser said on Friday that a December 15 deadline for Washington to slap additional tariffs on Chinese imports has not changed as US negotiators push Beijing to agree to an enforcement mechanism as part of a trade deal.“There’s no arbitrary deadline here … but the fact remains that December 15 is a very important date with respect to a no-go or a go on tariffs,” Kudlow said in an interview with CNBC.“If the assurances with respect to preventing future …

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US President Donald Trump’s top economic adviser said on Friday that a December 15 deadline for Washington to slap additional tariffs on Chinese imports has not changed as US negotiators push Beijing to agree to an enforcement mechanism as part of a trade deal.“There’s no arbitrary deadline here … but the fact remains that December 15 is a very important date with respect to a no-go or a go on tariffs,” Kudlow said in an interview with CNBC.“If the assurances with respect to preventing future …

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