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Trump sets date for US-China deal

Donald Trump has announced he will sign a long-awaited trade agreement with China on 15 January.

The pact, a “phase one” deal, is expected to reduce tensions between the two economic giants.

The US president said the treaty would be signed in Washington in the presence of “high level representatives” from China.

“At a later date I will be going to Beijing where talks will begin on Phase Two!” the President wrote on Twitter.

Read more on BBC News.

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