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U.S., China: Trade Talks End on an Up Note

Feb 1, 2019 | 23:54 GMT
U.S. President Donald Trump talks during an Oval Office meeting with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, leader of China's trade delegation, on Jan. 31, 2019.

U.S. President Donald Trump talks during an Oval Office meeting with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, leader of China's trade delegation, on Jan. 31. U.S. and Chinese officials held two days of talks this week in an effort to end their trade war.

(MARK WILSON/Getty Images)

With U.S. President Donald Trump hinting that there is a "good chance" of a trade deal with China, two days of negotiations involving senior officials ended on a high note this week. China's chief negotiator Liu He made a surprise offer to purchase 5 million tons of U.S soybeans when...

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