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US Lifts Tariffs On Over 400 Chinese Products

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US Lifts Tariffs On Over 400 Chinese Products

US Lifts Tariffs On Over 400 Chinese Products

President Donald Trump reported his administration “making a lot of progress” with China.

Deputy-level trade talks have ensued for two days and Washington lifted tariffs on over 400 Chinese products.

Trump said the U.S. was taking in billions of dollars from tariffs imposed on Chinese products.

According to Reuters, he said the total would soon reach $100 billion.

Those lifted tariffs came at the request of U.S. companies, arguing they would cause economic hardship.

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