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Trump Says He Will Decide About Chinese Tariffs After G-20

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Trump Says He Will Decide About Chinese Tariffs After G-20

Trump Says He Will Decide About Chinese Tariffs After G-20

Reuters reports President Donald Trump said Thursday he will make a decision regarding Chinese tariffs after the G-20 meeting later this month.

Trump earlier threatened China with tariffs on “at least” another $300 billion worth of goods.

The U.S. president also said he believed China and Mexico wanted to make trade deals.

Regarding the increased tariffs, he said, “I will make that decision I would say over the next few weeks, probably right after the G20.

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