WSJ: Trump Bullish on China Trade Deal Ahead of Speech to U.S. Farmers

News / In The News January 22, 2019

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The Wall Street Journal mentioned President Donald Trump’s address to attendees at the American Farm Bureau Federation 100th Annual Convention in an article about trade with China. “‘We’re doing very well with China. They’re having a hard time with their economy because of the tariffs,’ Mr. Trump told reporters before leaving for a speech in New Orleans, where he was scheduled to address the American Farm Bureau Federation,” noted the WSJ. Trump said China is “feeling the pain,” which bodes well for a trade deal, although concrete results have not materialized, according to the paper.

 

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