End of China Trade War

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Chinese officials from left Ning Jizhe, Vice Chairman of National Development and Reform Commission, Liao Min, Deputy Director of the Office of the Central Commission for Financial and Economic Affairs and Vice Minister of Finance, Zheng Zeguang, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs attend a press conference on the trade deal with the United States in Beijing on Friday, Dec. 13, 2019. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
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Chinese officials from left Ning Jizhe, Vice Chairman of National Development and Reform Commission, Liao Min, Deputy Director of the Office of the Central Commission for Financial and Economic Affairs and Vice Minister of Finance, Zheng Zeguang, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs attend a press conference on the trade deal with the United States in Beijing on Friday, Dec. 13, 2019. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

An end could be in sight in the current trade standoff between the United States and China. Monday, China’s Ministry of Finance published a list of more than 850 goods that would see lower tariffs. This past weekend, the President praised the possible end to the trade war by saying a formal trade deal could come soon, calling it a “breakthrough.”  

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