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U.S. diplomats, Congress take aim at China; Trump expects trade deal signing

Reuters India Wednesday, 16 October 2019
The U.S. State Department and Congress took aim at China on Wednesday, even as President Donald Trump hailed "goodwill" between Washington and Beijing and said he expected to sign the first phase of a trade deal with President Xi Jinping next month.
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