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China reaffirms any trade deal must be ‘mutually beneficial’

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China is committed to resolving its trade dispute with the US but any agreement must be mutually beneficial, the foreign ministry said on Friday amid rising optimism the two sides are closing in on a deal that would de-escalate the conflict.Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying stopped short of saying if the two sides had reached such an agreement, after reports suggested consensus had been reached on a “phase one” deal – with the US reducing tariffs imposed on Chinese imports and China buying US…

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China is committed to resolving its trade dispute with the US but any agreement must be mutually beneficial, the foreign ministry said on Friday amid rising optimism the two sides are closing in on a deal that would de-escalate the conflict.Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying stopped short of saying if the two sides had reached such an agreement, after reports suggested consensus had been reached on a “phase one” deal – with the US reducing tariffs imposed on Chinese imports and China buying US…

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