US/China trade deal keeps tariffs in place, Senate set to approve USMCA


The US and China are expected to sign a “phase one” trade deal today that would keep tariffs in place on some US$360bn in Chinese goods until after the US presidential election in November, while the United States Senate is expected to approve the US-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) trade pact on Thursday.

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