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US plans to keep $360 billion worth of China tariffs intact despite Phase-1 trade deal

Sify Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 15 (ANI): The Trump administration has no current plans to lift the tariffs worth about $370 billion, or nearly on two-thirds of Chinese imports to the United States, despite an interim "phase one" trade agreement that is all set to be signed on Wednesday with an expectation of easing tensions between the two sides.
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