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China’s trade war deal ‘may be doomed from start’ as scepticism mounts over capacity to buy US products

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Almost a week after the signing of the phase one trade deal with the United States, scepticism is continuing to mount as to whether China will fulfil its side of an agreement that “may be doomed from the start”.Of particular concern is China’s commitment to buying an additional US0 billion of US goods over two years, including a clause that would bring its imports of US farm goods to more than US billion a year.“A close look at the data shows that the numbers are even more unrealistic…

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Almost a week after the signing of the phase one trade deal with the United States, scepticism is continuing to mount as to whether China will fulfil its side of an agreement that “may be doomed from the start”.Of particular concern is China’s commitment to buying an additional US$200 billion of US goods over two years, including a clause that would bring its imports of US farm goods to more than US$40 billion a year.“A close look at the data shows that the numbers are even more unrealistic…

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