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President Trump first imposed steel and aluminium tariffs back in March. In April, China responded with direct tariffs of its own. This is when a supposed ‘trade war’ began. On May 20th, China’s vice-premier Liu He announced that the trade war between China and the US was now on hold. They both agreed to back off from threatened tariffs to discuss fair deals. Uncertainty around trade arrangements still lingers. In this eBook, we’ll analyse how trade relations between the US and China could evolve.

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