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U.S.-China deal lacking some structural reforms could be palatable to industry

May 2, 2019 at 1:44 PM
A U.S.-China trade deal that does not include major structural changes to the Chinese economy could be welcomed by many in the U.S. business community if it results in the lifting of U.S. and Chinese tariffs as well as other market-access opportunities, industry sources said. These sources said the key is achieving other tangible gains, such as tariff relief for the U.S. agriculture sector, new market access opportunities for U.S. services suppliers, commitments from China to purchase more U.S. agricultural...


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