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China says Trump 'misleading' people linking trade deal, slowing economy

Reuters Tuesday, 16 July 2019
China on Tuesday rebuffed a suggestion from U.S. President Donald Trump that Beijing needs a trade deal with the United States because its economy was slowing, saying this was "totally misleading" and that both countries wanted an agreement.
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