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Donald Trump: "Trade negotiations between the US and China will resume soon"
Donald Trump has reported that the Chinese authorities contacted Washington about the current trade war and called for both sides to renegotiate an agreement. "Last night, China called the US trade negotiators and seeks to return to the negotiating table," said Trump, who said talks about it between the two countries will resume... soon. The president described Beijing's intention to return to the negotiating table as "a very positive development for the world." In addition, Trump praised Chinese President Xi Jinping as a great leader and said he appreciated his intention to reach a trade agreement.
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