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Trade Dispute With China Would Have Currency Implications

The China trade story is in a constant state of flux. One day there’s a deal, the next there isn’t. The latest salvo, as of this writing, is China says it will buy $70 billion of farm, manufacturing and energy products if the Trump administration abandons its tariff threats.

 

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