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Trump announces increased tariffs on China in latest trade war salvo

FOXNews.com Friday, 23 August 2019
President Trump announced on Twitter Friday that his administration will retaliate against China by raising on imports from the Asian nation amid a bitter trade war between the two countries.
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News video: After Trade Fears Tank Asian Markets, Trump Announces Renewed Talks With China

After Trade Fears Tank Asian Markets, Trump Announces Renewed Talks With China 03:32

Speaking from the G7 summit in Biarritz, France, Trump said that Chinese negotiators had called U.S. officials and requested a new round of talks.

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